2013 New Jersey Revised Statutes
Title 19 - ELECTIONS
Section 19:37-1.1 - Petition of voters.


NJ Rev Stat § 19:37-1.1 (2013) What's This?

19:37-1.1 Petition of voters.

2.Whenever a governing body of a municipality has adopted an ordinance or resolution pursuant to section 19:37-1 of the Revised Statutes, upon the presentation to the governing body of such municipality of a petition signed by 10% or more of the voters registered and qualified to vote at the last general election in such municipality, requesting the governing body of such municipality to ascertain the sentiment of the legal voters of the municipality upon any question or policy pertaining to the government or internal affairs thereof that is reasonably related to any proposition formulated and expressed in such ordinance or resolution, such governing body of the municipality shall thereupon adopt at its next regular meeting following the presentation of such petition a resolution requesting the clerk of the county to print upon the official ballots to be used at the next ensuing general election a certain proposition as formulated and expressed in the petition. Such request shall be filed with the clerk of the county not later than the 67th day previous to the election.

L.1967, c.101, s.2; amended 1985, c.92, s.30; 2011, c.37, s.23.


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