May the Law of Unintended Consequences Bite Back
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Submitted by Richard Belzer (United States), Jul 11, 2018 17:49
It's certainly amusing to learn that in New York, a weekend, seasonal, or other secondary home is the same as a "principal" home. So, defying the English language, there can be an unlimited number of "principal" homes. Maybe Donald Trump "lives" in Florida.
From the Q&A in the linked document, this made *me* chuckle:
Q: If I register to vote from my second home, can my landlord use that as evidence that my country home is actually my primary residence?
A (in part): "Tenants in rent-controlled or rent-stabilized apartments or lofts need to consider their particular circumstances when deciding where to register."
And then there's this:
Q: Should I tell the Board of Elections that I am changing my registration to vote from a vacation home, or a home that is not my primary residence?
How much closer can one get to promoting voter fraud?
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|Vote in both places [34 words]||David in Cal||Jul 11, 2018 20:13|
|⇒ May the Law of Unintended Consequences Bite Back [148 words]||Richard Belzer||Jul 11, 2018 17:49|
|Vote Where it Counts [143 words]||Robert||Jul 11, 2018 17:41|
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