President Donald Trump’s campaign manager Bill Stepien hasn’t cast a ballot since 2015, The Washington Post reports.
According to public records, Stepien didn’t vote for his now boss when he ran in 2016. The last time he voted was when he lived in New Jersey and was registered to vote there in 2015.
The newspaper reports that Stepien registered to vote in Washington, D.C., where he has resided since 2017, at the end of July. His new voter registration occurred two weeks after he was chosen to lead Trump’s reelection campaign, according to the newspaper.
The former aide to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie joined Trump’s team in August 2016 to help oversee field operations and determine what states to focus on.
According to a senior campaign official, Stepien requested an absentee ballot to vote in the 2016 election, but he never received it so he didn’t vote.
The Washington Post reports he was not registered to vote in either New Jersey or D.C. during the 2018 midterm elections.
CBS News reported that Stepien’s predecessor, Brad Parscale, voted in the 2016 primary, but did not vote in the general election. In a statement, Parscale claimed that he had trouble obtaining a ballot and then missed the deadline to vote.
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