Republican candidate for governor Walt Havenstein is asking a state commission to verify he’s eligible to run in New Hampshire. As he filed his candidacy papers today, Havenstein made a pre-emptive move against Democrats who say his claim of a tax break on a Maryland condo he owned is proof that he hasn’t been a legal New Hampshire resident for at least seven years. Havenstein provided copies of federal tax returns which show the Alton address where he’s owned a home since 1999.
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