Senator From Indiana Ineligible To Vote In Indiana
An Indiana Election Board has ruled that Richard Lugar, who has served Indiana in the Senate since 1977, is ineligible to vote in Indiana:
The [Marion County] Election Board has voted 2-1 along party lines to find Sen. Richard Lugar, a Republican, and his wife ineligible to vote in their former home precinct. The two Democrats found that the Lugars abandoned that residence and no longer reside there. However, according to Election Board attorneys, there may be an easy fix the Lugars could submit new voter registrations that are based on a physical address in the county with which they currently have a connection. That could be a family members home or, possibly, the Lugar family farm. There is no house on that farm but it might satisfy the requirement.
The GOP board member, Patrick J.... [via Outside The Beltway]
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