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Go th the site HERE to Download the Petition (by county), find a Notary
FAQ’s and Instructions:
1. Print out the petitions on letter-size paper (8½ x 11).
2. Make sure that the whole page prints, if you are having trouble, make sure that “Page Scaling” is set to “Fit to Printable Area” and that “Auto-Rotate and Center” is checked
3. You may circulate as many pages as you like.
4. Make sure that the signers fill out everything, and that they check the check-box.
5. You can’t circulate a Signature Page that someone else has already started circulating – just do a new one! (and have them get theirs notarized and sent in)
6. The address people should use is the one that they are registered at, and they should write and sign their name the same way the did when they registered.
7. Only registered voters may sign or circulate the petition.
8 If they are not registered, have them register, voting is important. You can get blank forms here:
or by clicking the Register to Vote link on the website. Once they are registered (it takes about 3 weeks), then they can sign.
9. You must sign the petition as a signer if you are going to circulate it. You can sign your own petition, or someone else’s, it does not matter. If you are just starting, I recommend that you get started by filling in the first spot for yourself, and signing it, that way you don’t forget.
10. Make sure that people sign the petition with their home county printed on the top.
11. You may print out multiple “page 2’s” (Signature Pages), as long as you keep a “page 1” in the front where it can be easily seen, and all the signature pages are stapled to the back. I don’t recommend you attach more then 4 Signature Pages to any “page one”, If you fill that up, start a new “page 1”.
12. Don’t leave filled out petitions lying around, get the forms notarized and mail them in!
13. If you are the circulator, don’t sign the circulator part at the bottom of the signature pages until the Notary tells you to.
14. The circulator portion at the bottom of each Signature Page must be signed by the circulator in front of a Notary and notarized.
15. Don’t worry that there is no line for the notary to sign, they don’t need one, they can just sign on the white space.
16. Fill in all date sections, and make sure they are correct.
17. Many banks will notarize for free if you are a customer.
18. Many Libraries will print the petitions out for you if you don’t have a printer, or if you are having trouble printing.
19. The petition is being circulated in every county in New Jersey, and you may gather signatures in any county, even if you live in a different county.
20. Mail the Notarized Petitions as soon as possible to:
Committee to Recall Jon Corzine
P.O. Box 21
Glen Ridge, NJ 07028
21. if you have any questions, or are unsure about how to do it right, email me at:
Once again – We need a lot of signatures, and we want everyone’s signature to count, so we need to make sure that everything is done correctly, on the right size paper, on the right County page, filled out completely, check-box checked, signed and notarized correctly, and mailed in as quick as possible.
PAID FOR BY: THE COMMITTEE TO
RECALL JON CORZINE
FROM THE OFFICE OF GOVERNOR
P.O. BOX 21 – GLEN RIDGE, NJ 07028