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Recall movement targets Senator Menendez (D-NJ)
Local news agencies reported today that there is a movement in New Jersey to recall Senator Menendez.
The "Committee to Recall U.S. Senator Robert Menendez" is sponsored by the Sussex County Tea Party.
On November 25, 2009, the Committee filed a civil complaint in the Essex County Superior Court of New Jersey against Nina Michell Wells, New Jersey Secretary of State, and Robert F. Giles, Director of the Division of elections. To date, the Secretary of State has ignored the Notice and the Complaint in violation of state law and the Committee is awaiting a decision from the court.
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Publication: The Jersey Journal
December 25, 2009
Is a tea bag group targeting U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez for recall?
Publication: The Jersey Journal
Date: December 25, 2009
Star-Ledger file photoU.S. Sen. Robert Menendez It seems a New Jersey tea bag group is complaining that "the New Jersey Secretary of State has failed to legally comply with our Notice of Intention."
Their intention is to get U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez out of office as soon as possible.
They add: "A civil action has been filed in the Essex County Superior Court of New Jersey on behalf of the 'Committee to Recall U.S. Senator Robert Menendez,' sponsored by the Sussex County Tea Party, a fellow member of, and supported by, NJ Tea Parties United."
Their message can be found on the Ridgewood Blog where the recall proponents promised a PDF file on the issue would be posted on their site, but it has yet to appear. They plan to begin collecting signatures needed for a recall of Hoboken's Menendez -- once they jump legal hurdles -- and are asking for help.
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STATEMENT FORM THE NJ TEA PARTY COALITION
A “Committee to Recall U.S. Senator Robert Menendez,” sponsored by the Sussex County Tea Party has announced plans to launch an effort to recall Senator Robert Menendez from his position in office. Helping to lead the charge is New Jersey Tea Parties United, the state's grass-roots coalition of county and regional Tea Party groups representing several thousand members in support of fiscal responsibility, individual liberty and limited government. The Committee filed a formal Notice of Intention to Recall with the Secretary of State's office on September 25, 2009. While the office of the Secretary of State acknowledged receipt of the Committee's Notice of Intention to Recall in a letter dated October 5, 2009, it has since provided no further communication. NJ state law requires that administrators respond either with an approval or with a notice of non-compliance stating the reasons within three business days of receiving the Notice, which was October 4, 2009. Since no response had been received, on November 25, 2009, the Committee filed a civil complaint in the Essex County Superior Court of New Jersey against Nina Mitchell Wells, Secretary of State and Robert F. Giles, Director of the Division of Elections, demanding that the defendants be ordered to immediately and forthwith comply with state law by issuing a response to the Committee’s Notice of Intention. To date, the Secretary of State has ignored the Notice and the Complaint in violation of state law and the Committee is awaiting a decision from the court. For up to date information, go to: njrecallnow.blogspot.com, www.defendingamericanfreedom.com, or www.njteapartiesunited.com.
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