My daughter is from NJ, where her mom and I live.
She went to undergraduate school in SC, where she became a resident. She has a SC driver's license, library card, and W2 statements from 2015. She may have registered to vote there a few years ago, but I'm not sure.
Now she lives in FL where she goes to graduate school.
For purposes of voting, especially in a Presidential primary, where does she register and vote?
I know she can probably use her NJ address since she's still a student, but I think she would prefer to vote in either the SC or FL primaries, since NJ is very late in the season and almost inconsequential.
She has a SC driver's license (and possibly a voter registration card), but no longer has an address there. She had lived off-campus in an apartment she's no longer in.
She's now in an apartment in Florida, where she'll be a student through the spring of 2017. But she does not have a FL driver's license or anything else "official".
Where can she legally vote?