The Election Day Guide to Posting Your Voting Selfies
In the days leading up to the 2016 elections, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel found themselves living in a house divided—divided by the laws surrounding whether or not it's legal to post ballot selfies.
Timberlake caught flack for sharing a shot of himself on Instagram, only to be teased by his wife days later in her own sticker-selfie post. As it turns out, the issue of voting booth snaps and ballot selfies is a bit of a legal gray area, but with the help of the Associate Press's extensive, state-by-state review, we made you an Election Day cheat sheet to consult when you hit the polls.
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The good news? You can share your "I Voted" sticker shots in any state, so get out there today and earn yours.
If you live in these states, snap away:
If you live in these states, leave your smartphone in your bag:
If you live in these states, proceed with caution—the laws are still unclear: