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Two days after the chaotic pandemic primary, the NYC Conflicts of Interest Board delivered another blow to the city Board of Elections.
Michael Ryan took trips to Las Vegas, Omaha, Arizona, Florida, and more.
'What we experienced was we have scanner machines that are nearing the end of their useful life cycle.'
At a City Council hearing yesterday, BOE Executive Director Michael Ryan fielded numerous questions about last month's primary day problems.
Which means as many as 121,000 votes could yet be counted.
She and another clerk run the Brooklyn office.
"What we did see was a concerted effort by some folks to...protest New York's closed primary."
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