Donald Trump's new campaign CEO, Breitbart News executive Steve Bannon, is registered to vote in Florida, but the address he lists in the state is an unoccupied home, The Guardian reported Friday.
Bannon rented the home in Miami-Dade county for his ex-wife, Diane Clohesy, but Bannon does not live there and Clohesy moved out of the house earlier in the year, according to The Guardian.
Because Bannon does not appear to live in the home he lists on his voter registration documents, the Guardian reported, he is "in apparent breach" of state election laws. "Under Florida law, voters must be legal residents of the state and of the county where they register to vote," the paper reported. The state defines legal residency as the home "where a person mentally intends to make his or her permanent residence."
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