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DURHAM D Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Dec-15-07 12:17 PM
Response to Reply #32
35. Everything I have been able to find about
double voting relates to "same day" voting.

Have you found a federal law specific to the rolling primary issue?

I am not being argumentative. I very much appreciate all of the information that you have previously posted about this issue.

It just seems to me that voting is tied to legal registration and the double primary double question is a gray area in the law.
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  -Poll question: Should out-of-state students vote/caucus in a state where they live 75% of the year? sniffa  Dec-14-07 02:34 PM   #0 
  - Supreme Court's answer: Yes.  Selatius   Dec-14-07 02:35 PM   #1 
  - Some people dont like that answer...  bunnies   Dec-14-07 02:38 PM   #4 
  - I don't understand the issue or question here that has been going on  EV_Ares   Dec-14-07 02:37 PM   #2 
  - They should only be allowed to vote once  dsc   Dec-14-07 02:37 PM   #3 
  - I'm not sure they'd be "disenfranchised."  Sparkly   Dec-14-07 02:38 PM   #5 
  - just figured i'd clean up the other push poll  sniffa   Dec-14-07 02:39 PM   #7 
  - But they'd be able to vote in their home states, no?  Sparkly   Dec-14-07 02:40 PM   #8 
     - yeah, but if they vote in Iowa  sniffa   Dec-14-07 02:46 PM   #11 
     - Not if they already participated in the primary process in Iowa  Debi   Dec-15-07 10:37 AM   #23 
  - They already have been. nt  Zueda   Dec-15-07 04:52 PM   #43 
  - Hahahahahaha... someone actually voted for disenfranchisement...  redqueen   Dec-14-07 02:38 PM   #6 
  - Where are they registered to vote?  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-14-07 02:40 PM   #9 
  - As I understand it -  DURHAM D   Dec-14-07 03:05 PM   #12 
  - Thank you for the information  TechBear_Seattle   Dec-14-07 03:07 PM   #14 
  - Thank you Durham for doing the research!! ...So the answer is =YES=  larissa   Dec-14-07 06:42 PM   #16 
  - The answer is no. n/t  Debi   Dec-15-07 10:41 AM   #26 
  - You are incorrect on the last part  Debi   Dec-15-07 10:41 AM   #25 
  - That is not the rule or law in Iowa.  Debi   Dec-15-07 10:38 AM   #24 
     - Please see my post 27 below.  DURHAM D   Dec-15-07 11:44 AM   #28 
        - There is only ONE presidential primary  Debi   Dec-15-07 11:49 AM   #29 
           - Well, I see you have changed the subject somewhat.  DURHAM D   Dec-15-07 11:58 AM   #31 
              - It is never legal to vote twice in a specific contest  Debi   Dec-15-07 12:03 PM   #32 
                 - my god  sniffa   Dec-15-07 12:14 PM   #34 
                 - Lil Dog?  Debi   Dec-15-07 04:50 PM   #42 
                 - Everything I have been able to find about  DURHAM D   Dec-15-07 12:17 PM   #35 
                    - Sorry, I cannot cite any particular law  Debi   Dec-15-07 04:46 PM   #41 
  - As long as they only vote once, I don't care where they do it.  wlucinda   Dec-14-07 02:43 PM   #10 
  - Yes, but only if the aren't allowed to vote in their home state  Bitwit1234   Dec-14-07 03:06 PM   #13 
  - I say no.  Xithras   Dec-14-07 03:30 PM   #15 
  - That was my first thought, but Durham explained IA above and it's actually "yes"  larissa   Dec-14-07 06:46 PM   #17 
  - They should vote in the state they claim residency for. {nt}  Aya Reiko   Dec-14-07 07:14 PM   #18 
  - Shouldn't they just follow Iowa state law?  larissa   Dec-14-07 07:29 PM   #21 
  - Obviously. Clinton's attack on this was one of the stupidest moments this campaign.  Occam Bandage   Dec-14-07 07:15 PM   #19 
  - Now that I think of it...  Aya Reiko   Dec-14-07 07:20 PM   #20 
  - Here's Iowa law (again) for anyone who cares  Debi   Dec-15-07 10:36 AM   #22 
  - I don't see any actual differences between our posts -  DURHAM D   Dec-15-07 11:41 AM   #27 
     - Yes, it is simple to register -  Debi   Dec-15-07 11:53 AM   #30 
        - I did not mean to imply anything at all about illegal registration.  DURHAM D   Dec-15-07 12:19 PM   #36 
        - But it is what you posted.  Debi   Dec-15-07 04:41 PM   #40 
        - You are simply turning a blind eye to the obvious  bamalib   Dec-15-07 12:27 PM   #37 
           - I refuse to believe ANY campaign is encouraging people to commit a crime  Debi   Dec-15-07 04:39 PM   #39 
  - YES  loveangelc   Dec-15-07 12:08 PM   #33 
  - Considering that the DNC has already disenfranchised Democrats in Florida and Michigan  IndianaGreen   Dec-15-07 01:03 PM   #38 
     - State party leaders caused this... not the DNC.  Zueda   Dec-15-07 04:57 PM   #44 
 

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