A peripatetic journey to the White House
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.