MartyZ

Recall Murphy Petition

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4 hours ago, Salty said:

I have to agree with JohnnyB. Getting 25% of the registered voters to sign a petition is a pipe dream. Counting the number of registered voters  (5,759,295 as of 30 Nov. 2017) that would require almost 1.44 million signatures.

Sorry as much as I would like to spread around some Magic Pixie Dust and make it happen; it won't.

Better to try and fail, then never try.

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1 hour ago, Salty said:

Your absolutely right. That is why I signed the petition!

This Change.org petition we are signing is NOT VALID! You need 25% of the registered voters to actually sign an official written petition!

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7 minutes ago, JohnnyB said:

This Change.org petition we are signing is NOT VALID! You need 25% of the registered voters to actually sign an official written petition!

True.  But a big response here may be motivation for kicking off an actual recall drive. 

Plus, signing it just FEELS so good. 

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If people weren't so divisive over Trump. A recall could happen. 

 

There are more registered democrats than republicans, but there is more registered independents than either alone. Murphy is terrible for NJ and everyone in the middle to right knows it. 

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2 hours ago, JohnnyB said:

This Change.org petition we are signing is NOT VALID! You need 25% of the registered voters to actually sign an official written petition!

So have they ever reacted to the interest shown in online petitions and generated a real petition?  Or is this just a feel-good measure for us to think something is being done? 

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25 minutes ago, Regular Guy said:

So have they ever reacted to the interest shown in online petitions and generated a real petition?  Or is this just a feel-good measure for us to think something is being done? 

Smart individuals study then act.

 

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