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Did Trump vote illegally? Not based on whether Mar-a-Lago is a residence, even those with no residence can vote. See, Registering and voting in Florida, even if you don’t have a permanent address or ID. Thus, the question of whether Mar-a-Lago is or can be a residence for the purpose of voting is irrelevant.


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This is a clarification of a regulation that may have been misunderstood in the past. If the signature matches that held on file then the vote can be counted, whether the signature crosses the seal of the envelope or not. Florida does require mailed votes to be signed by the voter. The signature is put on the envelope. And the envelope is printed in such ...


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What does it mean that he is moving? He changed his permanent residence from Trump Tower in NYC to Mar-a-Lago in Florida, not actually moving. The change was made September 27th. Also, do we know why? For financial, political and legal reasons. The politics behind Trump's move to Florida are crystal clear, November 2, 2019. Trump has extremely good ...


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At the very latest, 104 days before the start of the new Congress - unless no session of Congress is scheduled before the expiry of the term, in which case no special election is required. Section 100.101 (4) of the Florida statutes states that a special election must be held if a vacancy arises in the office of a member from Florida of the House of ...


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Controversy of voting fraud law relates to the actions of election officers in processing the ballots, not the individual voter cited in the article originally linked to the question. Contrary to the implication of the article and this question, news reports all challenged provisional ballots were included in the count, which may not be in compliance with ...


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The difference is largely a product of the fact that a larger share of voters in much of the Northeast are tenants relative to much of the rest of the United States, primarily due to low rates of home ownership in places like New York City (46% of all New York State residents rent, the highest in the U.S., the percentage is much higher in its major cities, ...


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Background The Florida legislature meets for only 60 days per year. This year's session will begin March 2, 2021, and last through April 30, 2021. See, 2021 Session Dates. Bills not passed during the session expire at the end of the session. The activity currently underway is consideration by committees. SB 1032: Gain-time was introduced February 3, 2021, ...


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Does Governor Ron DeSantis have to the power to stop Trump's extradition? If any criminal charges were brought against Trump for violation of laws of the United States, the FBI would deal with the issue and the State of New York is not relevant to that case. New York Attorney General Letitia James is “actively investigating the Trump Organization in a ...


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No, he doesn't have the power and is required to extradite based on the constitution and federal law https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Extradition_law_in_the_United_States The Extradition Clause in the US Constitution requires states, upon demand of another state, to deliver a fugitive from justice who has committed a "treason, felony or other crime" ...


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Any amendment to the state constitution has to be approved by the voters and it needs to pass with 60% of the vote to be approved. https://ballotpedia.org/Article_XI,_Florida_Constitution#Section_5 (a) A proposed amendment to or revision of this constitution, or any part of it, shall be submitted to the electors at the next general election held more than ...


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The Sun Sentinel in Florida says Why was the vote counting going so slowly? When counting resumed Thursday, tens of thousands of ballots remained to be processed, long after other counties had everything counted and results reported to the state. Broward elections chief Snipes blamed the volume of mail-in ballots, many of which were received just before ...


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