19 March 2014
By Richard Winger
Ballot Access News
"On March 19, New Jersey election officials agreed that they will
grant voter registration rights to the Socialist Party. This means that
when anyone fills in the 'political party' blank on voter registration
forms, the state will keep a tally of these voters, and then party
officers will be able to learn of the existence of such voters.
Other unqualified parties that are treated this way are the
Conservative, Constitution, Green, Libertarian, Natural Law, and Reform
Parties. Each of these parties obtained that status by suing the state,
just as the Socialist Party did last year...."
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