Vazquez v. State

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Held that Statute 01.10.055, which generally states that “[a] person establishes residency in the state by being physically present in the state with the intent to remain in the state indefinitely and to make a home in the state,” applies when determining whether a candidate has “been a resident of Alaska for at least three years” as required by the state’s Constitution. Under that test, the court found sufficient evidence to support the finding that the challenged candidate established residency in Alaska.

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