District Change

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  1. WestPoint2017

    WestPoint2017 Member

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    Hello all, happy summer! I have an interesting yet serious question. I am enrolled in a four-year university and will be a sophomore there and am reapplying to USMA.

    In a couple months I will be paying rent, out of my pocket, and will be in a different district from my one back at my parents house. Because I am permanently living at the house in my college town, I am changing my voting registration district because the issues and topics are more relevant to me down there (as I am there 9+ months out of the year v. 3 months at my parents house). This is different from my freshman year because I was in a dorm and registered to vote in my hometown.

    Does this change my district to which I apply for a nomination? I am over 18, but within the tax codes I am still a dependent for insurance/tax reasons? I don't want to apply to the wrong congressman. Anything helps thanks.
     
  2. GoArmyBeatNavy

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    Sounds like your new home would be the district you apply from. Best to call the Representative's office and ask them. They know who their constituents should be.
     
  3. WestPoint2017

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    Alright that's what the liaison for the new district said, that I was now apart of their district. Should I call USMA to verify or is this process completely separate from admissions.
     
  4. 845something

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    You have to let them know which district you are applying from as well as an updated address.
     

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