With less than a week to Election Day, here are some of the do’s and don’ts when you go to the polls.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Election Day is November 8 and many of you may be wondering what you can and cannot do.
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Here's a quick breakdown:
No hats, pins, shirts, paraphernalia are allowed within 25 feet of a polling location in Missouri. In Kansas, it's 250 feet. The only exception is bumper stickers.
You also have a right to vote if you're in line before the time the polls close. In Kansas, poll workers ask that you limit your time to no more than 5 minutes if someone is in line waiting.
Voters are encouraged to go online to see a sample ballot before heading to the polls.
If you make a mistake, no worries, you can ask for another ballot. Up to 2 replacement ballots are allowed in Kansas.
It is also illegal to take pictures of your ballot in Kansas or in Missouri. You can however, take a selfie of that voting sticker once you’re done.
If you feel intimidated in any way while at the polls, contact a poll worker immediately. You can also file a complaint with the Secretary of State.
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