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New Jersey Attorney General Belatedly Asks Court for More Time to Respond to Minor Party Lawsuit

Published on December 29, 2006, by in General.

The lawsuit filed on October 13, 2006 against certain New Jersey election laws has never received a response from attorneys for the state. Finally, on December 26, attorneys for the state asked the court for a 30 day extension to answer the complaint. The case challenges several aspects of New Jersey law that discriminate against parties that didn’t poll 10% of the vote for all legislative districts in the preceding election. It was filed by the Conservative, Green and Libertarian Parties of New Jersey.

5 Responses

  1. Bill

    Extensions of time to respond to lawsuits are routine. In fact, such extensions are normally simply done with the consent of the Plaintiff’s attorneys. When the Plaintif’s attorneys will not extend that courtesy, an application to the court for an extension is required.

  2. The New Jersey Conservative Party, of course, is the state affiliate of the Constitution Party.

  3. It's a good day

    Umm, I don’t think so. I’ll have to check that.

  4. It's a good day

    Ya, they are both different parties.

  5. I’ve been informed that the NJ Conservative Party is actually a faction of the Reform Party, and the Constitution Party is its own party.

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