Tag Archives: Maria del Carmen Arroyo

Winter is coming for Clan Arroyo

CM Arroyo petition fraud trial begins today at 930am in Bx Supreme Court. Criminal Judge Best presiding, Part: A. (H/t to @arroyowatch for staying on top of this. ) Defendants: Elbin Lopez attorney, Marturano, Legal Aid Society; Luis Vargas’ lawyer … Continue reading

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Bronx insurgent, Julio Pabón calls out Bronx DA Johnson re Arroyo investigation

Bronxites may recall that DA Johnson’s last election law violation investigation resulted in allowing an unqualified (perjurer) Nelson Castro to serve 5 years in State Assembly. Is Arroyo cut from the same cloth? Continue reading

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Bronx elected officials deliver petition to a McDonalds owner

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SoBro City Council Candidates Face Off on BronxTalk Debate

On Monday, incumbent CM Maria del Carmen Arroyo faced off against her Democratic challenger and small businessman, Julio Pabon on BronxTalk Live. The 17th Council District encompasses Melrose, Hunts Point, Longwood as well as parts of Morrisania, Soundview and West … Continue reading

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Road to City Hall: NY City Council Debate – Pabón v Arroyo

Pabón calls out FreshDirect giveaway and would create technology center for job development & education. Continue reading

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Arroyo blames employees for forged signatures | Mott Haven Herald

Mott Haven Herald report Joe Hirsch reports: City Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo admitted under oath that people employed by her campaign had committed fraud. But she’s not at fault, she insisted; three employees she paid to gather signatures are. … Continue reading

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‘Phony’ councilwoman will stay on ballot – Silobreaker via NY Daily News

‘Phony’ councilwoman will stay on ballot Eight years incumbent CM Maria del Carmen Arroyo will be allowed to stay on the ballot for the November election, despite filing campaign petitions that were riddled with bogus signatures, according to a court … Continue reading

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‘Phony’ councilwoman will stay on ballot – Silobreaker via NY Daily News

‘Phony’ councilwoman will stay on ballot will be allowed to stay on the ballot for the November election, despite filing campaign petitions that were riddled with bogus signatures, according to a court ruling Friday. A whopping 81% of the 3,339 … Continue reading

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Bronx Incumbent Charged In Petition Fraid

Today, Thursday, July 25th, Julio Pabòn and a group of defrauded Democratic Party members denounced City Councilwoman Maria Del Carmen Arroyo for her campaign’s complete and utter disregard for the law by facilitating the forging the signatures of hundreds of … Continue reading

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Exclusive: Campaign Season Arroyo Mailing Violates Rules | Arroyo Watch

The folks at Arroyo Watch just sounded the alarm on a taxpayer financed political mailing by embattled CM Maria Aguirre (aka “del Carmen Arroyo) who is seeking a 3rd term in office. Aguirre-Arroyo is challenged by neophyte candidate, Bronx entrepreneur … Continue reading

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