were legitimate voters?
Perhaps some were independents trying to vote in the Democratic primary?
Since she won more votes in Brooklyn overall, and she is more popular among minorities, who have a higher rate of being disenfranchised.
Disenfranchisement is wrong, no matter who they would have voted for.
Attorney General Eric Schneiderman opened an investigation after his office received more than 1,000 complaints, mainly from voters turned away from casting primary ballots that included presidential races.
Members of his offices Civil Rights Bureau met last week with city board officials to follow up on the list.
They are looking at the sample list for patterns or consistent trends that indicate larger registration issues statewide.
The office plans to ask several election boards in other counties to further investigate complaints there.
Some complainants said they were longtime registered Republicans or Democrats whose party status was changed without notification.
The Board of Elections told CBS2 last month that these types of problems happened in previous years.
The problems were on par with other years, but more media attention has been paid to this primary because of the candidates, the board said
I'll keep an eye out for more detailed reports.