Maddow on Romney’s Residency Problem

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Last night, MSNBC host Rachel Maddow did a segment on Mitt Romney as part of her run-up to the GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire. She gave Mother Jones a big shout-out, referring to a story I posted earlier in the day about allegations that Romney may have committed voter fraud last year when he voted in Massachusetts while claiming to live in his son’s basement. News reports and research by another GOP candidate, Fred Karger, suggests that Romney was living in California, or maybe New Hampshire, at the time. Watch the whole clip here:

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