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|Tonight’s Campus Question|
Charles Webster, Chairman of Maine’s Republican Party, said this week that university students in Maine must pay taxes in that state in order to establish residency and be eligible to vote. The U.S. Supreme Court disagreed back in 1979, and the Bangor Daily News found that Maine law says municipal clerks can register a student based on a statement or oath of residence, a piece of mail with a current Maine address, or other objective evidence. What evidence of residency should state laws require for college students seeking to vote in the states where they attend school?
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