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THE REAL NUMBERS.doc

THE REAL NUMBERS.doc

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Based on 2010 Census and 2012 Certification by Lt. Governor Guadagno

2013 Primary Results and Special Election Primary Results measured against the required standard.
Based on 2010 Census and 2012 Certification by Lt. Governor Guadagno

2013 Primary Results and Special Election Primary Results measured against the required standard.

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NJ Census Figure: 2011 Assembly Votes NJ Registered Voters: Unaffiliated: Dem: Rep

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8,807,501 2,597,725 5,475,727 2,589,624 1,795,659 1,090,444

Lonegan Votes at Primary:

99,289

9.11 % of Registered Republicans 76.18% of total R votes cast 11.95 % of Registered Republicans

Total R Votes at Primary:

130,340

Booker Votes at Primary:

206,984

11.53 % of Registered Democrats 56.28% of total D votes cast 20.48 % of Registered Democrats

Total D Votes at Primary:

367,778

Of the 5,475,727 persons registered to vote, 2,589,624, (a) 29.40 % of the census population or (b) 47.29 % of all registered voters are unaffiliated with either of the two statutory political parties; 1,795,659 persons, (c) 20.39 % of the census population or (d) 32.79 % of all registered voters are formally registered as members of the Democratic Party; and (e) 12.38 % of the census population or (f) 19.91 % of all registered voters are formally registered as members of the Republican Party. Interested Party Booker, having personally received 206,984 votes at the August 13, 2013 Democratic Special Primary Election, while winning the Special Primary Election, actually only received the support and affirmative vote at the polls of (g) 2.35 % of the census population, or the support and affirmative vote at the polls of (h) 3.78 % of all registered voters. Defendant Lonegan, having personally received 99,289 votes at the August 13, 2013 Republican Special Primary Election, while winning the Special Primary Election, actually only received the support and affirmative vote at the polls of (g) 1.13 % of the census population, or the support and affirmative vote at the polls of (h) 1.81 % of all registered voters. Moreover, the 367,778 total persons who voted at the Special Democratic Primary Election equals only (i) 4.18 % of the census population, or 6.72 % of the registered voters, and the 130,340 total persons who voted at the Special Republican Primary Election equals only (j) 2.38 % of the registered voters. The simple statistical fact is that, contrary to political candidates press releases and the propaganda they espouse, and contrary to reporting in what actually remains of the so called “main stream media”, such anemic support does not equate with any substantial public mandate for either of the two parties or their candidates. While there is nevertheless a distinct

advantage in this United States Senate election under the New Jersey Election Laws – the rules as they exist – that operate to clearly favor and provide a host of statutorily mandated preferential treatment, such does not equate with the people actually preferring these two candidates.

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