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The Nation

Even though he listed a Maine address on his income tax return, Vice President George Bush is a bona fide Texan and was eligible to vote in the state last November, election officials decided in Houston. Harris County Tax Assessor Carl Smith, who is in charge of voter registration, allowed the vote, citing a provision of the Texas Constitution that says a voter may continue to claim state residency if he is serving in the federal government elsewhere.


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