Does this work?

Discussion in 'Nominations' started by birdboybird, Apr 10, 2011.

  1. birdboybird

    birdboybird Banned

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    If I go to college outside of state ( as im planning to do ), can I apply for the nomination from my new states MOC and senators?

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  2. USAF52

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    You can only apply for a nomination in the state and congressional district of your legal address of record. For most college students, this would be their parents' house. Even though you're away for college 9 months or so during the year, legally you are a resident back home until you change your legal address, can vote in the new district, pay taxes in the new district, etc etc. Make sure you apply for a VP nomination also--home state doesn't matter.
     

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