I just received an e-mail that said you could be turned away if you wear a tee shirt, pin, etc that has a presidential candidate on it.
yes it is considered the same as carrying a sign saying who to vote for.
They want normal people who are usually independents.
Election laws in different states prohibit the Advertising for a Candidate within 1000 feet of a polling place. Depends on the state
Wear a shirt over it. When you come out of the booth after voting, reveal your T-shirt to all of those waiting in line.
Ya, I think it is. You can't post political signs within so many feet of polling places and that would apply to shirts. Don't take a chance.
And don't do what the guy above me said about two shirts in less you like spending time in jail. Elections are serious business.
You can't carry signs within so many feet of a polling place. I would imagine that a T-shirt is just another form of a sign.
I think they can turn you away for that.
Do you mean if you are working at the polls or just going to vote? I think if you are working there you can not be partisan but to vote I can't see how anyone can stop you.
YES - I was asked to remove my Hillary t-shirt during the primaries. I was walking into my polling location and was told that if I didn't take it off I would have to leave the building...um yes I had a shirt on underneath