Is This Florida Senator Living Outside Of Her District?

A Miami lawmaker may not be living in her district.

The "Miami Herald" has been tracking Senator Daphne Campbell since her district was redrawn and her home was left outside.

According to the paper

It’s just after 9 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, and someone wearing a red polo shirt embroidered with the words “Senator Daphne Campbell” answers the doorbell at a pink house in North Miami Beach.

She cracks open the door, spies a reporter and slams it shut without saying a word.

Campbell, longtime owner of a five-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom home inconveniently located outside the community she's represented as a member of the Florida House and Senate, has been difficult to find at home over the last 30 months. More accurately, her home has been difficult to find.

The paper says that Campbell has had at least four addresses over the last six years. The extent to which she actually lived at any of them is unknown. 

Campbell says she is following the law, but she refused to answer detailed questions posed by the paper.

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