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Sep 10, 2013 9:28 AM

Election Day dress code: what you cannot wear to the polls

What you wear could get you turn away from the polls. It's already happened to some people in Pueblo County.

Take a look at the picture of a shirt Jamie Craig, a registered voter in Pueblo Co., wore to a polling location. She says she was told to turn it inside out or go home and change before she could cast her vote.

Pueblo County Election Chief, Gilbert Ortiz, says you will be asked to turn your shirt inside out if it has any political affiliations, names, or images on it.

El Paso Clerk and Recorder, Wayne Williams, has a different point of view. He says you can't wear apparel with political affiliations or candidate endorsements on it, but messages like "I Support America" or "I Support the Second Amendment" are allowed.

 

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