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Executive

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Simple thing called the absentee ballot. I've already voted. You should be registered to vote in whatever state you claim your residency. There are a few caveats that determine that but you'll have to read up on whatever state you're looking at to ensure you've followed their rules. We have a mail drop in SD with no S&B there, but all our banking, voter registration, license plates and DL are from there. When we stop full timing we may buy a home there to live in or we may not. Doesn't matter. Your domicile state is the one you 'may' live in one day but the important thing is your 'intent' meaning transfer all your stuff to the state you're claiming to be your domicile state. If you've done that, you're already registered to vote there. Use the absentee ballot and you're done...This whole nonsense is just that. If you want to vote, show some ID. The ND law indicates other forms of ID that are acceptable. This involves the Res Indians and even tho they have no 'street address' they can provide utility bills, bank statements etc that show where they live.....Dennis


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philh wrote:

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.


I can get the non resident CClicense but I can only buy a pistol in my residence as stated on my driver's license. there is no reciprocity where I want/need it. I thought somebody was pushing a bill that would allow reciprocity in all states however.
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Executive wrote:

Simple thing called the absentee ballot. I've already voted. You should be registered to vote in whatever state you claim your residency. There are a few caveats that determine that but you'll have to read up on whatever state you're looking at to ensure you've followed their rules. We have a mail drop in SD with no S&B there, but all our banking, voter registration, license plates and DL are from there. When we stop full timing we may buy a home there to live in or we may not. Doesn't matter. Your domicile state is the one you 'may' live in one day but the important thing is your 'intent' meaning transfer all your stuff to the state you're claiming to be your domicile state. If you've done that, you're already registered to vote there. Use the absentee ballot and you're done...This whole nonsense is just that. If you want to vote, show some ID. The ND law indicates other forms of ID that are acceptable. This involves the Res Indians and even tho they have no 'street address' they can provide utility bills, bank statements etc that show where they live.....Dennis


I will have to check and see if VA will recognize an absentee ballot as proof of residency for purchase/registration of a pistol, the only item I have been told so far that works is a driver's license. I can easily change my voting registration to another state but changing drivers license would involve too much hassle.
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Bumpyroad wrote:

Executive wrote:

Simple thing called the absentee ballot. I've already voted. You should be registered to vote in whatever state you claim your residency. There are a few caveats that determine that but you'll have to read up on whatever state you're looking at to ensure you've followed their rules. We have a mail drop in SD with no S&B there, but all our banking, voter registration, license plates and DL are from there. When we stop full timing we may buy a home there to live in or we may not. Doesn't matter. Your domicile state is the one you 'may' live in one day but the important thing is your 'intent' meaning transfer all your stuff to the state you're claiming to be your domicile state. If you've done that, you're already registered to vote there. Use the absentee ballot and you're done...This whole nonsense is just that. If you want to vote, show some ID. The ND law indicates other forms of ID that are acceptable. This involves the Res Indians and even tho they have no 'street address' they can provide utility bills, bank statements etc that show where they live.....Dennis


I will have to check and see if VA will recognize an absentee ballot as proof of residency for purchase/registration of a pistol, the only item I have been told so far that works is a driver's license. I can easily change my voting registration to another state but changing drivers license would involve too much hassle.
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Executive has the best explanation. Vote by absentee ballot and yes, a mail forwarding service will be your address. It's also on your driver's license, on bank statements, etc.

We've not discussing guns here. We're discussing VOTING!


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They may not be absentee ballots anymore , in Florida it is VOTE BY MAIL

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wanderingbob wrote:

They may not be absentee ballots anymore , in Florida it is VOTE BY MAIL


I believe that is what they "corrected" my request to when I requested an "absentee" ballot. Sort of refutes the whining that it is difficult to vote when all it takes is one phone call and two stamps.
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