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BLC ruling highlights tax exemption issue

Letter to the Editor

When the Ballot Law Commission voted that Walt Havenstein was indeed a resident of New Hampshire, in my mind they called into question his homestead exemption in Maryland. In that state, a homeowner must state that his property is his “principal residence.” A residence is where you reside. How can you reside in two different states at the same time? Or did he commit fraud in Maryland?

If this is the way he runs his private life, I don’t want him as our next governor. ...

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When the Ballot Law Commission voted that Walt Havenstein was indeed a resident of New Hampshire, in my mind they called into question his homestead exemption in Maryland. In that state, a homeowner must state that his property is his “principal residence.” A residence is where you reside. How can you reside in two different states at the same time? Or did he commit fraud in Maryland?

If this is the way he runs his private life, I don’t want him as our next governor.

William Sandford

Mont Vernon