No candidate wear at polling places

As the nation prepares to go to the polls Nov. 4 to cast ballots in the most historic election in U.S. history, election officials caution voters to not bring their candidate paraphernalia, including T-shirts, pins, flyers and hats, to the polling place.

As the nation prepares to go to the polls Nov. 4 to cast ballots in the most historic election in U.S. history, election officials caution voters to not bring their candidate paraphernalia, including T-shirts; pins; flyers and hats, to the polling place. Doing so is considered electioneering and is illegal at Illinois polls. Voters could be turned away from the polling place until they comply with the rules.

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