“Casting ballots in two different states is voter fraud, which is why Maine law requires anyone voting here to establish residency here.We welcome college students establishing residency in our great state, as long as they follow all laws that regulate voting, motor vehicles and taxes. “The governor’s statement seems designed to make college students afraid to vote,” Zachary Heiden, legal director at the ACLU of Maine, said in a statement.We cannot tolerate voter fraud in our state.” Le Page continued, “After the election, we will do everything we can that is allowed under state and federal law to verify college students who voted here are following Maine law, which is clearly displayed on the Secretary of State’s website.” [Tiny Maine is getting outsize attention from Clinton and Trump] That prompted a call from the American Civil Liberties Union of Maine asking the U. “Voter intimidation and harassment is illegal, and we call on the Department of Justice to investigate the intent of the governor’s comments.“College students who live in Maine have the right to vote in Maine, and they are not subject to different laws than anyone else.The missile reportedly landed just a few hundred miles off the coast of Russia, closer if you believe North Korean estimates, so it makes sense that the latest launch got the undivided attention of Russia’s president, via“I want to confirm that we are categorically against the expansion of the club of nuclear powers, including with the Korean Peninsula and North Korea,” said Putin, who said any such move would be “harmful and dangerous.” Putin went on to add that while he’s paying close attention to the actions of Kim Jong-Un, he doesn’t necessarily want to jump into a situation where the world is forcing North Korea’s hand.
“Democrats for decades have encouraged college students from out of state to vote in Maine, even though there is no way to determine whether these college students also voted in their home states,” Le Page said in a statement.
Many of these young people are voting for the first time in a presidential election.
The governor should be encouraging that civic participation, not doing everything in his power to undermine it.” A spokesperson for the Justice Department did not immediately respond to messages requesting comment. Paul Le Page (R) said taking down statues of the Confederacy would be "just like" removing monuments in memory of victims of the 9/11 attacks.
It was, I thought, a realistic question in a period of so much cultural and social transformation and might profit by being considered from the perspective of the research on social change. You can decide for yourself how dangerously destructive of the church it is.
This question, I wrote, brings together a trio of issues that underlie resistance to any major movement for cultural change but which must be considered in the course of any major social shift.