1 April 2014
By Richard Winger
Ballot Access News
"On March 19, New Jersey election officials agreed to let voters
register into the Socialist Party, and to keep a tally. The party will
then be able to obtain a list of its registered voters. The party had
sued to obtain this outcome. The state agreed, without the need for a
judge to make a decision. The lawsuit had been filed July 1, 2013, and
is Noble v State, Mercer County Superior Court, c-86-13.
Six other minor parties also have voter registration rights in New
Jersey. In all six instances, the parties had to sue the state...."
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