I never say this, but: it doesn’t matter what you wear — unless you live in California, Delaware, Kansas, Montana, New Jersey, New York, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas or Vermont. Those states have gone a step further and restricted apparel that endorses a political candidate.
–> Wear your red, white and blue, but keep your candidate-specific buttons, hats and tees at home.
Whatever you wear — please make your plan to vote!
This year, you can literally vote in your pj’s, then get dressed, put your mask on and run your ballot to a drop-box.
- If your county only has one drop-box, you might need to make a day of it. Bring the kids. Go get ice cream (socially-distanced, of course).
- If you’re voting in-person, go early if you are able.
- If you’re voting in-person on Election Day, you might need to wait, so dress for the weather, bring some food and a folding chair.
Still need to register? Check out I Will Vote here or use this URL: https://iwillvote.com/