You have a phone. And you use the internet. So there are decent odds you want to take a picture of yourself voting on Tuesday.
Which is totally cool!
Just be aware that you may be breaking the law.
About half the states in the country have rules prohibiting ballot selfies or other acts involving cameras in voting booths. That includes New York, where a federal judge kept the selfie ban in place this week, and California, where ballot selfies will become legal in 2017 but are still banned for this election.
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