In the age of Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, many voters are sharing their voting experience with digital friends and family by snapping pictures with their ballots.

Think twice, though. Some states don’t allow that:

According to the Citizen Media Law Project’s Web site, some states, including Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Nevada and Texas, “expressly prohibit the use of photographic and recording equipment inside polling places.

Read more at All Things D.

The Citizen Media Law Project has provided a nice chart to help you determine whether or not you can snap a picture of your ballot.


Were you warned about using your smartphone in a polling place?

Did you share your voting experience via social media?

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