From the NY Post:
A taxpayer-funded nonprofit whose president kicked in $2,700 to John Liu's comptroller campaign bused 1,500 Chinese voters to the polls during his runoff win over David Yassky on Tuesday, The Post has learned.
The Brooklyn Chinese American Association helped the mostly elderly voters get to the polls and cast ballots at locations throughout the borough.
The voters, virtually all of them Chinese seniors, piled into vans supplied by the association, whose staffers and volunteers picked them up at the group's headquarters at 5000 Eighth Avenue in Sunset Park and other locations.
They also helped at the polls by explaining where to go and what to do, said the charity's president, Paul Mak.