Edward Forchion, an independent candidate for U.S. House in New Jersey, has been removed from the ballot, partly because he is registered to vote in California. See this story, which says he has filed a lawsuit to regain a spot on the ballot. The Fifth, Ninth, and Tenth Circuits have ruled that states cannot keep congressional candidates off the ballot just because they aren’t registered to vote in the state in which they are running. It is not known if Forchion’s attorney is aware of these precedents; attempts to reach him have not been successful.
Forchion is also known as N J Weedman, and his ballot label, if he gets on the ballot, is “Legalize Marijuana.” The lawsuit is Forchion v Guadagno, Superior Court, MER-L-1342-14. This article on the web page of the Democratic-Republican Party has a link to the latest brief in the case, the reply brief filed by Forchion on June 18, 2014.