Voting officials in Waller County have recently kicked a registered voter out of the voting booth because of a tee shirt he was wearing.
It actually makes sense. They have a law that says you can’t wear anything that can persuade voters on topics that are up for discussion. It’s not an anti gun law it’s an anti persuasion law.
But doesn’t it have to relate to the ballot? For instance here in Hawaii I can’t wear a t-shirt or wear any other item that has campaign material for a certain candidate or party or amendment/ballot initiative when I vote. That makes sense, but this doesn’t if there is no relation to the ballot being cast. IMHO.