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New Jersey Still Can’t Decide Whether to Let Voters Register as Members of the Socialist Party

In 2013, the Socialist Party filed a lawsuit against New Jersey state election officials, seeking to gain the ability of voters to register as members of the Socialist Party. The state has again asked for a extension for the settlement conference. This is the second time the state has asked for more time. Originally it was to have been settled on November 14, 2013. The new meeting is in mid-March 2014.

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  1. Illinois Socialist

    It’s always interesting how the two party politicians try to marginalize the left and claim it is so small, so why are they afraid to let citizens register as Socialists? Maybe even non-party members may choose S
    ocialist to spite the so-called two party system?

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