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I'm not easily shocked and I try not to jump to conclusions but if this is true then, WOW!
Romney may be guilty of voter fraud in Massachusetts. Here are the facts:
Romney did not own property in Massachusetts when a special election was held to replace the late Ted Kennedy in 2010. Romney listed his place of residence as his son's unfinished basement when he voted for Scott Brown in said special election. MA law establishes residency as “where a person dwells and which is the center of his domestic, social, and civil life.”
So unless an unfinished basement was the center of Romney's domestic, social and civil life, there is a good chance that he is guilty of voter fraud. A crime that carries a $10,000 fine on top of a maximum of 5 years in prison.
Of course, as with all legal cases, it will boil down to how the law can be bent and interpreted. Also, it will help that he is a former Governor and likely has a few friends. But many elements of the GOP have been crying voter fraud for years with zero proof. Now that proof has surfaced, how likely will it be that they use it as a catalyst for voting reform?