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The primary results in Kentucky, Arkansas and Pennsylvania have energized activists in New Jersey, said RoseAnn Salanitri, a Sussex County Tea Party activist. "It's about finally the people stepping up and stepping out of that apathetic coma. People are starting to look at what their records are and saying we're not going to accept this."

Lawyers for the recall effort, backed by the state's Tea Party groups, will present their oral argument to the New Jersey Supreme Court Tuesday.

Ahead of the Supreme Court hearing, the New Jersey Democratic Party launched a website called "Recall Reality," which it said "gives New Jerseyans the chance to see what this 'movement' is really about."