This came into my inbox. (I linked it via the photo.)
--Joanne Trikas, who ran the polling site at PS 79, wrote of the Kim poll watchers that, “Many of our inspectors and myself at times felt they could be electioneering to voters. These people were ‘constantly’ inquiring with the inspectors who told me that they were very aggressive in gathering information.”
-- Elyse Bulla, the coordinator at PS 130, wrote that the Kim poll watchers, “Did not want to follow orders or procedures…They are telling me what to do…I kept telling them not to get involved.”
-- Maria Farren, the coordinator at St. Andrew Avellino School, wrote that, “Hyng Jung Shim–another Kim poll watcher, made our inspectors very uncomfortable. As soon as an Asian voter arrived at the table, she was right there inching her way in and taking notes.”
--Elaine Klein, the coordinator at PS 169, wrote that a Kim poll watcher named Jae W. Lee was “nasty, belligerent insulting.”
--Kevin Smyth, the coordinator at PS 193, wrote that Kim’s poll watchers were “not just checking signatures but taking names addresses & following voters out for more info (only Asian).”
According to the Board of Elections poll worker’s manual, “it is a felony punishable by fine, imprisonment or both for a poll worker to…electioneer at the polls.” The manual also state that poll watchers must, “follow the directions of the Coordinator or Board of Elections personnel,” and that poll workers cannot, “threaten or intimidate voters.”
Also, it turns out that Michael Sais, who organized the phony "Halloran is an anti-Semite" protest, is not only a Gianaris hack, but also a former Parkside lobbyist.
If the various news outlets that reported on this had bothered to do a simple Google search, they would have found this info. But reporting the whole truth is apparently no longer a goal in the age of Bloomberg.