STORM WATCH

Heat and high humidity today will be accompanied by possible strong to severe thunderstorms

Ballot fraud conviction upheld against former Stamford Democratic City Committee chair

In 2022, John Mallozzi was found guilty on 14 charges of forgery and making false statements in absentee balloting relating to the 2015 municipal elections.

Rose Shannon and John Craven

May 31, 2024, 5:41 PM

Updated 23 days ago

Share:

Ballot fraud conviction upheld against former Stamford Democratic City Committee chair
The Connecticut Appellate Court has upheld former Stamford Democratic City Committee chair John Mallozzi's conviction for ballot fraud.
In 2022, Mallozzi was found guilty on 14 charges of forgery and making false statements in absentee balloting relating to the 2015 municipal elections.
Prosecutors said when Mallozzi was chair he signed absentee ballot applications for people who were not aware of what he did.
Mallozzi later apologized for his actions.
He was sentenced to two years' probation and $35,000 in fines for a voter fraud case.
His lawyer, Stephan Seeger, appealed the case and challenged the handwriting analysis.


More from News 12