A peri­patetic jour­ney to the White House

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Novem­ber 2012: Stephen K. Ban­non votes in Cal­i­for­nia and re­news his driver’s li­cense there for five years. Feb. 9, 2013: Ban­non and his ex-wife Diane Clo­hesy sign a two-year lease ap­pli­ca­tion for a home on Opechee Drive in Mi­ami. April 14, 2013: Ban­non launches a live Bre­it­bart ra­dio show from a stu­dio in Wash­ing­ton that airs for three hours on Sun­day nights. October 2013: Clo­hesy be­came en­snared in an un­der­cover drug in­ves­ti­ga­tion. April 2, 2014: Ban­non reg­is­ters to vote in Florida, sign­ing an oath that the house in Mi­ami is his pri­mary res­i­dence. Jan­uary 2015: Ban­non oc­cu­pies a town­house in Wash­ing­ton that Bre­it­bart News used as its cap­i­tal bureau. Feb. 18, 2015: Ban­non switches util­i­ties to an­other Mi­ami house on On­away Drive and changes his voter reg­is­tra­tion to the new ad­dress five days later. Oct. 26, 2015: Ban­non’s ra­dio show ex­pands its live broad­casts to seven morn­ings a week from stu­dios in Wash­ing­ton and New York. April 2016: Ban­non shuts off util­i­ties to the house on On­away Drive. The house is now va­cant. Aug. 19, 2016: Ban­non changes his voter reg­is­tra­tion to the home of a busi­ness as­so­ciate in Sara­sota, Fla. He be­comes chief ex­ec­u­tive of Don­ald Trump’s pres­i­den­tial cam­paign. Aug. 30, 2016: The Mi­ami-Dade State At­tor­ney’s Of­fice is­sues a sub­poena for doc­u­ments re­lated to one of the homes where Ban­non said he lived.

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