Nomination question

Discussion in 'Nominations' started by AirForceWon, Sep 11, 2015.

  1. AirForceWon

    AirForceWon Member

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    Can a candidate apply for both congressional nomination district if a parent owns a home in New York and lives there (mother) and another parent owns a home in Florida and lives there (father). Parents are NOT divorced. Candidate is attending Senior year in Florida public school with father because private High School attended in NY filed bankruptcy and is presently closed. Candidate has strong roots in NY community and came to live with father to complete Senior year. Parents own homes in both states.
     
  2. MemberLG

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    Simple answer is no - you can apply to one, not both. Each Congressional office sets their own rules, so NY Congressman might be willing to give you a nomination. Your FL address of your high school should rasise questions to the NY Congressman if you apply to his or her office.
     
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