Cal­i­for­nia Rep. Adam Schiff claimed Mary­land home as pri­ma­ry res­i­dence

Rep. Adam Schiff (D‑CA), who is cur­rent­ly in a heat­ed pri­ma­ry fight for a Cal­i­for­nia Sen­ate seat, has claimed his pri­ma­ry res­i­dence was in Mary­land for more than a decade.
Accord­ing to mort­gage records reviewed by CNN, at the same time, he claimed the 3,420 square foot home in Mary­land as his pri­ma­ry res­i­dence; he also claimed a 650 square foot con­do he owns in Bur­bank, Cal­i­for­nia, as his pri­ma­ry res­i­dence, accord­ing to CNN.
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On his Cal­i­for­nia res­i­dence, he received a $7,000 reduc­tion off the 1% prop­er­ty tax, amount­ing to rough­ly $70 in annu­al sav­ings, but he did not take an exemp­tion on his Mary­land res­i­dence.
Schiff des­ig­nat­ed his Mary­land home as his pri­ma­ry res­i­dence in 2003, accord­ing to CNN. And in 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012, he refi­nanced the mort­gage and indi­cat­ed it was his pri­ma­ry re …