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    Voter ID Opponent Registered to Vote in 2 States



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    Voter cited by opponents of Indiana’s ID law registered in two states

    Cindy Bevington

    WASHINGTON – On the eve of a hearing before the U.S. Supreme Court, the Indiana Voter ID law has become a story with a twist: One of the individuals used by opponents to the law as an example of how the law hurts older Hoosiers is registered to vote in two states.

    Faye Buis-Ewing, 72, who has been telling the media she is a 50-year resident of Indiana, at one point in the past few years also claimed two states as her primary residence and received a homestead exemption on her property taxes in both states.

    Monday night from her Florida home, Ewing said she and her husband Kenneth “winter in Florida and summer in Indiana.

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    That little old lady more than a case of voter fraud, she's also a tax fraud.

    [quote](Ewing) is an example of how difficult it was to get an ID, period,
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    [quote]Faye Buis-Ewing, 72, who has been telling the media she is a 50-year resident of Indiana, at one point in the past few years also claimed two states as her primary residence and received a homestead exemption on her property taxes in both states.

    Monday night from her Florida home, Ewing said she and her husband Kenneth “winter in Florida and summer in Indiana.[b]
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    Oh what a tangled web we weave.....

    This country can't handle state to state differences in laws.....what is "open borders" and dual citizenships going to bring?
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    MEXICAN DUAL NATIONALITY PROGRAM--Passed unanimously by the Mexican Congress March 20, 1998
    ONE AMENDMENT AWAY FROM DUAL CITIZENSHIP! The Mexican Congress is simply waiting for the U.S. to grant amnesty or something as bad to illegal aliens to amend Mexican nationality to Mexican citizenship so they can vote in both US and Mexican elections.

    No amnesty nor pathway to citizenship for illegals ever.
    By next summer Mexico will have 49 Mexican consulate buildings plus their force of mobile consulates on US soil.........we need this stopped.
    Our government needs to stop the Mexican government from interferring with our laws and domestic policies.
    Our borders need to be secured now.

    "The State Department reminds U.S. citizens to avoid participating in demonstrations and other activities that might be deemed political by Mexican authorities. The Mexican Constitution prohibits political activities by foreigners, and such actions may result in detention and/or deportation."
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    “But I feel like I’m a victim here,
    <div>Thank you Governor Brewer!</div>

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