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Docket # L - 1933 -13

Docket # L - 1933 -13

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LaVergne v Lonegan, et al

A Suit compelling the NJ County Clerks to re-draw for ballot position based on the Republican Party's failure to "poll" sufficiently to qualify for a preferred ballot line.
LaVergne v Lonegan, et al

A Suit compelling the NJ County Clerks to re-draw for ballot position based on the Republican Party's failure to "poll" sufficiently to qualify for a preferred ballot line.

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Eugene Martin LaVergneDemocratic-Republican for United States Senate543 Cedar AvenueWest Long Branch, New Jersey 07764Telephone: (732) 272-1776Plaintiff 
Pro S
Eugene Martin LaVergne,
Democratic-Republican for United StatesSenate,
Plaintiff,vs.
Steven M. Lonegan,
Candidate for UnitedStates Senate,
et als.,Defendants,and 
Robert DePasqualle,
Candidate for UnitedStates Senate,
et als.,Interested Parties.
Superior Court of New JerseyLaw Division – Civil PartMercer CountyDocket No. L-1933-13
Civil Action 
SUMMONSFrom the State of New Jersey to the Defendant(s) Named Above:
The plaintiff, named above, has filed a lawsuit against you in the Superior Court of New Jersey.The Verified Complaint attached to this Summons states the basis for this lawsuit. If you disputethis Verified Complaint, you or your attorney must file a written answer or motion and proof of service with the Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court in the county listed above within 35 daysfrom the date you receive this summons, not counting the date you received it. (A directory of the addresses of each Deputy Clerk of the Superior Court is available in the Civil DivisionManagement Office in the county listed above and online at:http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/prose/10153_deputyclerklawref.pdf If the Complaint is one inforeclosure, then you must file your written answer or motion and proof of service with the Clerk of the Superior Court, Hughes Justice Complex, P.O. Box 971, Trenton, New Jersey 08625-0971. A filing fee payable to the Treasurer, State of New Jersey and a completed CaseInformation Statement (available from the deputy clerk of the Superior Court) must accompanyyour answer or motion when it is filed. You must also sent a copy of your answer or motion tothe plaintiff’s attorney whose name and address appear above, or to plaintiff, if no attorney isnamed above. A telephone call will not protect your rights; you must file and serve a written
 
answer or motion (with a fee of $135.00 and completed Case Information Statement) if you wantthe Court to hear your defense.If you do not file and serve a written answer or motion within 35 days, the Court may enter a judgment against you for the relief plaintiff demands, plus interest, and costs of suit. If judgmentis entered against you, the Sheriff may seize your money, wages or property to pay all or part of the judgment.If you cannot afford an attorney, you may call the Legal Services Office in the county where youlive or the Legal Services of New Jersey Statewide Hotline at 1-888-LSNJ-LAW (1-888-576-5529). If you do not have an attorney and are not eligible for free legal assistance, you mayobtain a referral to an attorney by calling one of the Lawyer Referral Services. A directory withcontact information for local Legal Services Offices and Lawyer Referral Services is available inthe Civil Division Management Office in the county listed above and online at:http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/prose/10153_deputyclerklawref.pdf 
.
 ___/s/ Elisabeth Ann Strom .Elisabeth Ann Strom, Esq., Clerk 
Dated: September 16, 2013Name of Defendant / Interested Party to Be Served:
Edward C. Stackhouse, Jr.(Interested Party)
Address of Defendant / Interested Party to Be Served:
23 Shackamaxon DriveHamilton Square, New Jersey 08690
 
Eugene Martin LaVergneDemocratic-Republican for United States Senate543 Cedar AvenueWest Long Branch, New Jersey 07764Telephone: (732) 272-1776Plaintiff 
Pro S
Eugene Martin LaVergne,
Democratic-Republican for United StatesSenate,
Plaintiff,vs.
Steven M. Lonegan,
Candidate for UnitedStates Senate,
et als.,Defendants,and 
Robert DePasqualle,
Candidate for UnitedStates Senate,
et als.,Interested Parties.
Superior Court of New JerseyLaw Division – Civil PartMercer CountyDocket No. L-1933-13
Civil Action 
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SERVICE OFPROCESS AND OF ORDER TO SHOW CAUSETHE UNDERSIGNED
hereby certified as follows:
1.
I am named as an Interested Party in the within matter.
2.
I hereby acknowledge receipt of 
(1)
The Plaintiff’s Verified Complaintwith Exhibits,
(2)
the Summons addressed to me,
(3)
the Order to ShowCause in the above matter signed and entered and filed by the HonorableMary Jacobson, A.J.S.C. on Monday September 16, 2016 returnable before her at 2:00 p.m on October 3, 2013,
(4)
the Plaintiff’s
R.
4:46-2(a)Statement of Material Uncontested Facts In Support of Motion foExpedited and Accelerated Summary Judgment, and
(5)
the LegalMemorandum of Plaintiff in Support of Application for Expedited andAccelerated Permanent Declaratory and Permanent Injunctive relief andfor Appointment of a Special Master, all this 17
th
day of September, 2013.

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