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Posted: 10/11/18 04:53pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

There's an interesting discussion on IRV2 about this recent SCOTUS ruling.


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Posted: 10/11/18 05:36pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I think the requirement when checking in at your voting site to present bonafide identification and proof of your residence, like a state drivers license or a state identification card that is current, is law in Indiana too. Makes sense to me.

Granted, it may cause confusion for folks who are full timing and REALLY don't live at their registered address, like a PO Box or a service company's address.


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Posted: 10/11/18 06:07pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

It solves a problem that doesn’t exist.

Voters can do all that once at voters registration and vote with their voters card on Election Day.

At least we now can clamp down on all those homeless RV ers.


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Many people don't live at their registered address, including many of the First People that challenged the law that don't have traditional street addresses. It seems to me that as long as a valid ID is presented that places the registered voter in the appropriate voting district, then they should be eligible to vote.


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Big Katuna wrote:



At least we now can clamp down on all those homeless RV ers.

The majority of fulltime RV'ers do in fact have legitimate street addresses through their mail forwarding service. Although I really doubt that ND has enough fulltime RV'ers domiciled there to be of any concern.

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If you have an RV you most likely have a drivers license. This is issued some where. That is where you vote. Use absentee balloting if you cannot be there.


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Dutch_12078 wrote:


The majority of fulltime RV'ers do in fact have legitimate street addresses through their mail forwarding service.

A mail service address is not the same as a residential address.

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I've heard that Justice Clarence Thomas has an RV. It will be interesting what questions HE asks during the hearing.

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J&R wrote:

If you have an RV you most likely have a drivers license. This is issued some where. That is where you vote. Use absentee balloting if you cannot be there.


yep, don't try to obtain a concealed carry permit in a state other than the one on your driver's license. doesn't matter if you own a stick and brick in another state.
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Bumpyroad wrote:

yep, don't try to obtain a concealed carry permit in a state other than the one on your driver's license. doesn't matter if you own a stick and brick in another state.
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Several states offer non resident conceal carry license. There's actually an advantage in MI to have a MI resident permit, and another state's non resident permit.

In addition, if you live in a state where obtaining a license is difficult, having a license from another state can be advantage to carrying in many other states.

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