We have been asked where we have our state residence, and where we vote? Our residence is in Florida. We were both raised in North Carolina and when I retired from the Navy we returned to NC. We both worked in NC until the time Sherry could retire. After a couple false starts we put out house up for sale and moved into our RV, to live on the road.
We gave the Realtor a few months, and our house did not sale. It was turned over to a real estate manager and we hit the road. So we still own a few pieces of property here in NC and live off the rent and our retirements. It finances our escapades and gives us a home base here in NC if we need it.
When you are full time in the motorhome you learn from other full-timers. Find a state that you like that has no state income tax and move your residence there. We did our research and liked Florida. We had lived in the Keys for a few years, so we set up our residence in Florida. We try to live in Florida the required 6 months out of a year to be residents. Once we bought on Lake Dora and settled for a couple years. BUT we missed the road, sold that place and hit the road again.
So we vote in Florida. We are not allowed to vote in the local elections, but that is fine, but we vote in county, state and federal elections. We always do it by absentee ballots. Those two ballots are in my view as I sit here, My question is who will get the check mark? LOL
NC has a state tax, but since we are here less than 2-4 months a year I don't feel a bit bad at not paying the income tax. However we do pay enough property taxes to pay the part time salary of a county employee. LOL