Federal Election Fraud in NJ Continues and Chris Christie and Kim Guadagno are just fine with it.

Sure, let them rob you of every penny you have.

Sure, let them rob you of every penny you have.

I will not sit down, I will not shut up. See the Lawsuit asking for fair and lawful elections per NJ statute. Democractic-Republican Organization of NJ vs Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno. :DRParty Vs Guadagno 2014 Party Certification Fraud Filing For two years, we’ve had illegally structured ballots used for elections in NJ. They just don’t meet NJ statute. Our Governor and Lt. Governor know this and have made sure it will continue because they are the ones running and creating the illegal elections. Our only recourse is in the courts of NJ. That seems to be a little harder than you’d think to get heard. That’s because the courts won’t give us a court date. At all. We did have a Judge give us a written postponement we didn’t ask for or want which made no sense other than to drag a rush case out more. We liked that trick by the courts but this writer was stunned it was allowed. I was told I shouldn’t be and that in itself is illegal.

So when do the voters of NJ get an fairly designed election as per NJ law? It appears not again for another year. I and the other members of the Democratic-Republican Organization of NJ have filed suit against the Governor, the LT. Governor and the County Clerks and the law is as clear as glass as to how our NJ elections are to be structured. The only reason the Governor and the Lt. Governor keep certifying the Democratic and Republican Parties of NJ as Major Parties is because no one will stand up for the Laws of NJ. It’s basically close to if you speed and a police officer doesn’t see you, than there is no penalty. And if you do get caught, the fines are small enough that it’s just the cost of doing business in NJ. Really it’s Official Misconduct be the Christie Administration was sued for this in 2013 and they lost and lost hard. Fair and honest elections are a thing of the past in NJ. You keep voting for the Dems and the GOP candidates and nothing will change for the lower and middle class or anyone other than 1%’ers and when you try and level the playing field, our elected officials just again ignore the law, and tell you to sit down and shut up.  Bet on it. It’s the cost of doing business if you aren’t a multimillionaire. Prove me wrong.

So again, I’m showing you what is party certification fraud and ballot fraud on a state level by our Governor and Lt. Governor in 2014 and when you consider the entire foundation of our NJ Federal elections are now corrupted, what will be the fix? The laws require that all candidates get access to the far left side of the ballot if neither party gets 10% of their registered voters to the primaries to vote for state Representatives. In 2013 and 2014, they did not! You could just follow the law and give all candidates on the ballot a fair shot of being on the fair left side of the ballot.  Since our Governor won’t let that happen, you have law suits designed to force him to do his job. Is it fair? Of course not.  What is unfair is that our Governor, his staff, the Lt. Governor, Director of Election Giles and all the County Clerks knowingly broke election laws in a Federal election and were just fine with it and everyone is supposed to sit down and shut up. This will be the third year in a row the courts have stood by while corruption in NJ runs free (20 really). We are still waiting for the courts to deal with the issue. The case had to be heard back in September for a reasonable change to the ballots could be made so our NJ elections would follow the laws of our state.   The courts then gave us a unrequested postponement. The only problem with that? We never requested a postponement. More shenanigans from the Christie Administration and his impartial court system.  Show me I’m wrong and I’ll be the first to apologize.

From the link above, The Defendants, the election officials are ordered to explain why the court should not find that “in calculating the 10% threshold in N.J.S.A. 19:5-1 the election official defendants may only count each voter who appeared and participated at the June 3, 2014 Regular Primary Elections and Special Primary Elections ‘once’ or as ’1? toward the numeric threshold of 372,197.” The Defendants are also ordered to explain why the court shouldn’t declare “that with the correct application of the 10% conditional caveat threshold in N.J.S.A. 19:5-1, that neither defendant Republican Party nor defendant Democratic Party is entitled to preferential ballot placement or a ‘separate party column.’”

New Jersey law, section 19:5-1, says, “No political party which fails to poll at any primary election for a general election at least 10% of the votes cast in the State for members of the General Assembly at the next preceding general election, held for the election of all of the members of the General Assembly, shall be entitled to have a party column on the official ballot at the general election for which the primary election has been held.” The state has already calculated that only 240,749 voters voted in the Democratic June 2014 primary, and only 175,316 voted in the Republican primary and missed the 10% that is required to be a major party in NJ.

Now read what Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno certified. Notice she doesn’t give exact numbers. It doesn’t matter though because neither party did what she certified, what she swore an oath to. They didn’t make the 10% threshold. So here we are, fighting corruption in NJ so we all can have fair and impartial elections in NJ. You are entitled to as many nominated candidates as there can be. The law above is just favoritism that was agreed to between what are now two minority parties racing to bleed NJ dry before they lose their standing to represent you.

This is a copy of the NJ Certificate of Political Parties for NJ. Signed by Lt. Governor Guadagno. It is also completely false.

This is a copy of the NJ Certificate of Political Parties for NJ. Signed by Lt. Governor Guadagno. It is also completely false and should be considered Misconduct.