Elections have a dress code, too. Here’s what can get you turned away from the polls.
Most states restrict campaigning within a certain distance from a polling place to allow people to vote without interference. Depending on where you live, that can include wearing or displaying anything with a political message.So you’ll probably want to leave that MAGA hat or “Joe 2020″ T-shirt at home.”The laws are specific to each state, and they are enforced by poll workers,” says Richard Hasen, a political science professor at the University of California, Irvine. “What one can wear, and whether other laws might violate the First Amendment, would have to be determined on a case by case basis.