Stop! You Could Be Breaking the Law on Election Day!
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — For many people, life has become about ‘sharing.’ We share pictures of our latest culinary creation on Pinterest. We share our pet pictures and pictures of our kids on facebook and twitter. And today, many are Instagramming, posting and tweeting pictures of their ballots after they vote.
On Tuesday, Gizmodo’s Harry Sawyers reported that it is against the law in most states to reveal how you voted.
Curious about Kansas and Missouri and other states? Click here to find out if you could face a misdemeanor charge if this common election law were enforced.
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