Victor Williams petition for Administrative Review, April 14, 2016, To New Jersey Secretary of State Elections Division NJ Attorney General and Governor Chris Christie, Relied on fundamentally flawed decision by judge Jeff Masin
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From Victor Williams April 14, 2016.
“An Opportunity for Governor Chris Christie and Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno
At 3:15 p.m. on April 14, 2016, I faxed a “Petition for Administrative Review” to the New Jersey Secretary of State, to her Elections Division, to the New Jersey Attorney General, and to the Office of the Governor Honorable Chris Christie.
I cut and paste the Petition below:
Petition for Immediate Administrative Relief
Objector/Candidate Victor Williams comes now to respectfully request any and all additional administrative or adjudicative relief that is available from the New Jersey Secretary of State Kim Guadagno in this consolidated case [AOL Docket No. 5016 (Williams) and AOL Docket No. 5018 (Powers)]. Williams asserts that the Secretary of State relied on a fundamentally flawed decision by Office of Administrative Law officer/judge Jeff Masin and that her “Final Decision” of April 13, 2016 was in serious error.
As Williams first argued in his filed exceptions (which the Secretary of State’s Final Decision states were accepted) Williams additionally asserts that the irregular appointment process by which Jeff Masin self-reported that he was “recalled” to preside over this matter seriously taints (if not voids) Jeff Masin’s April 12 decision upon which the Secretary of State relied.
Williams requests a fulsome reconsideration by the Secretary of State of her April 13, 2016 Final Decision and/or any other relief available from any New Jersey Executive branch office or officer. Williams requests a de novo review of the entire record of this consolidated proceeding including all parties objections communications, briefs, exceptions and legal memorandum as well as any and all internal AOL documents and communications. Williams requests a review of the basis for, and the possible prejudice inherent in, the Office of Administrative Law’s reported “recall” and appointment of Jeff Masin as administrative hearing judge for this consolidated case.
Additionally Objector/Candidate Victor Williams respectfully requests any and all additional administrative processes or adjudicative relief including that requested above that is available from any other New Jersey Executive branch officer or office – including from the Office of Governor Chris Christie.
Williams makes these requests in good faith seeking to immediately exhaust all possible Executive and agency branch processes for relief of the consolidated case prior to advancing this case to the New Jersey judiciary.
Respectively submitted on this 14th day of April, 2016″