Lenny Alcivar, the Campaign Manager for Charlie Baker who alledgedly has been stalking Makena and Nicole Cahill, has many skeletons in his closet. According to Leonard Levitt of NYPD Confidential…
This is the same Lenny Alcivar who committed a felony back in the 1990s by apparently falsely registering to vote in New York, shortly after dropping out of Kenyon College “because of poor grades”?
On July 22, 1996, Levitt wrote:
“For the past two weeks, Lenny Alcivar, the NYPD's 24-year-old “Director of Press Operations,” maintained he had “no recollection” of the address 36 W. 89th St.
That's the address he gave when he registered with the Board of Elections to vote as a Republican. He registered on Sept. 17, 1993, shortly after he joined Rudolph Giuliani's mayoral campaign.
As his amnesia suggests, at the time Alcivar registered as living at 36 W. 89th St., he lived somewhere else: with his mom in West New York, N.J.
According to Board of Elections' counsel Kathy King, registering from an address falsely is against the law.
Section 17-104 of the state's election law reads: “Any person who: registers or attempts to register as an elector (voter), knowing that he will not be a qualified voter in the district at the election for which such registration is made, or knowingly gives a false residence within the election district when registering . . . is guilty of a felony.”
“I don't know what happened or who filled out that card,” Alcivar said in a brief interview Thursday. Later in the interview, he said, “I filled it out but never sent it in. I don't remember the details. To me the issue is: I didn't commit voter fraud because I didn't vote. Having done so would have been illegal. I resent the implication I did something wrong.”
On Saturday, in a recorded message left on this reporter's answering machine, Alcivar altered his account again. This time he said, “I recalled the 36 W. 89th St. address is that of my friend where I stayed regularly during that period of time. I currently live in and am registered to vote in New York City.” …