A voter fraud scandal continues to play out in East Longmeadow. Enrico “Jack” Villamaino, who is running for State Representative, resigned his position as an East Longmeadow selectman Wednesday night. Villamaino sent an email to the Town Clerk. The 22News I-Team tracked down Villamaino in Connecticut. Villamaino hasn’t said anything publicly since this investigation into voter fraud began. So the 22News I-Team went searching for answers. Trying to get some answers, the 22News I-Team went to an address we had listed for him in East Longmeadow. No one answered the door, but a note pointed us to Enfield, Connecticut. That’s where we found him. Not coming to the door, but speaking through an open window, Villamaino didn’t want to talk about why he resigned and gave a “no comment” when asked if he was staying in the State Representative race.
Villamaino’s resignation does leave an open spot on the East Longmeadow Select Board, but if he does decide to pull out of the State Representative race, it’s too late to get his name off the ballot. Bob Howarth is consulting Marie Angelides, she is running against Villamaino in the primary. He’s not worried about Villamaino’s name being on the ballot. “It changes it to the extent, I really thought she was going to prevail in the primary anyway, now I don’t think there’s any doubt that she’ll prevail in the primaries”, says Howarth.
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