Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kan.) has been dogged all election cycle by claims he doesn't truly live in state and is something of a three-term carpetbagger. That critique will only get louder now, as Roberts listed a home in Fairfax County, Virginia, as his "principal residence," according to documents obtained by the Topeka Capitol-Journal.
Roberts had already come under fire because he pays $300 per month to rent out space in a home on a golf course in Kansas to maintain his residency there. The latest New York Times forecast gives Roberts a 45 percent chance of keeping his seat.
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