HUFFPOST POLITICS | A guide to not getting arrested when you use your cell phone on election day | November 3, 2014 | On Election Day eve, Clinical Fellow Andy Sellars appeared in an article on cell phone use restrictions in the voting booth for the Huffington Post. While in recent years, many states have instructed poll workers to prevent voters from taking photos, Andy pointed out that very few have a prohibition on the books, and such policing when not mandated could have a goal other than enforcing the law.
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