I have been provided with deeds to the homes of certain people who voted in District 5. However, they own them outside of Arcadia, or in one case in town but outside of District 5. Kind of troubling, right? Empty nests there somehow became full again. Some very good people have been working hard to uncover this story, and you are the beneficiary of their due diligence.
Send some good thoughts their way.
This is what happens when you have you have a city government that refuses to honor its legal obligation to guarantee fair elections, and instead turns a blind eye. Private citizens have to fill the void when bad government reneges on its responsibilities.
We'll start with John Wuo, the former Arcadia Mayor who resigned from office during the Gem Coins scandal. Six votes were cast from his house. John Wuo, plus Jane Wuo, his wife, were two of them. Also voting from that address were Jennifer Wuo Aoki, 37 years old and married to Brent Aoki. They are the co-owners of a home at 17107 Halldale Ave, in Gardena. Do you think Jen lives at home with her dad and not at the home she owns with her husband in the South Bay?
Jeffrey Geng Han Wuo, 41 years old, is John Wuo's eldest child. He also voted in this election. Do you think he lives in Arcadia with his dad? Or does he own a home with his spouse, Teresa Wuo, at 19437 Twin Hills Place, in Northridge? While it's nice that the Wuo children are successful and do own homes, it's just unfortunate they don't appear to own them in District 5.
I wonder how that conversation with John Wuo and his children went down? "Trust me, kids. No one ever checks voter rolls. And we really do need to help Uncle Roger."
Then there is the Hsia family, with 5 votes cast from their home at 1125 S. 5th Avenue. Two votes were cast by the husband and wife owners there, so those were probably legal ballots. But the others? It looks like Sen-Shihuan Shirly Hsia (37 yo) and Sengli Hsia (40 yo), own a home together at 11367 Mineral Peak Court in Rancho Cucamonga. The 5th vote cast at that house was by the 43 years old Sen-Ling Hsia.
At 1809 S. 2nd Avenue, 5 votes were cast. Jen and Chun Ping Wang are the husband and wife owners of the property. But Reynold Wang, a 34 year old, who also voted from that address, appears to own a home at 15821 Approach Avenue in Chino. Where do you think he actually lives? Most likely in the house that he owns, right?
Then at 2028 S. Santa Anita Avenue, where only 4 votes were cast, Helen and John Shen are the husband and wife owners, so presumably they live there. But Tony and Lisa Shen, who also voted from that address, might actually be title holders at 19 W. Naomi in District 4, not in District 5.
Why would they register to vote out of 2028 S. Santa Anita in District 5 when the home this couple owns is in District 4? Do you think all of these folks will register to vote in D4 at that Naomi address in 2 years when Mayor Amundson runs? It appears they might be flexible. Run to the sight of the ballots.
I hope residents of District 5 will contact the LA County Registrar's Office and report this alleged unlawful activity. Until Arcadia gets its badly neglected voter rolls in order, this type of possible voter fraud is likely to continue. Unless remedied all future elections in Arcadia could retain the reputation for fraudulence.
Freedom of the press and voter integrity are stalwarts of our Democracy. Citizens must fight to protect their rights and, most importantly, their freedom to elect government officials in fair and legal elections. Did that happen here in 2018? Perhaps not.
Don't let this election go down in history as a loss for Pro-Preservation Arcadia. Pull back the curtains and reveal the puppet master hidden behind them. District 5 was a close election, and only a relatively few votes made the difference. What you have seen above are possible examples of how that difference was actually achieved. There are more.
Here are those deeds that I mentioned earlier. I am posting them to back up much of what I've written above.
Late Breaking News!
"Following the end of Arcadia city council election, most of Chinese put their attention into the 24th Arcadia Mayor election. As MPT Sho Tay previous stated that he had most possibility to become the mayor of Arcadia. But the result of this election could make my Mayor possibilities change. Mayor Peter Amunson will be the key playor in this mayor election. Some of Arcadia Chinese residents with Singpoli CEO Kin Hui will be attending 24th night city mayor election meeting to show fully support Sho Tay in the meeting."
Mod: Things get more and more exciting all of the time.