So in my preparation for official residency as well as the '08 elections, I was checking out identification requirements for Oregon. And then I stumbled across something funny.
Well, here in Oregon homeless people can still register to vote by "using a descriptive address such as 'under the west end of the Burnside Bridge.'"
While, yes, it's totally their duty and right to still vote, I just love that they use an example like that. Yes, I live under the left park bench in the Oakridge park... wow. ...I wonder if it's like that in other states.
**Note** In Oregon, you don't go to the poll to vote. You vote by mail. Making this issue all the more problematic. Hah.
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