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    ... hypoBloomberg registered to vote in Illinois and paid taxes there, but like Emanuel he and his family lived elsewhere for the year.

    •  If he registered to vote there and paid his taxes (1+ / 0-)
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      drmah

      there, that certainly would support a finding of established  domicile and residency.  

      There's a lot of facts that go into this kind of determination.

      Is there case law on what constitutional limits there are as to eligibility for public office as compared to voting eligibility or eligibility for state benefits or marriage?

      "[R]ather high-minded, if not a bit self-referential"--The Washington Post.

      by Geekesque on Tue Jan 25, 2011 at 01:14:07 PM PST

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