Man Wearing Trump Shirt Told He Cannot Vote….So He Votes Shirtless
A South Carolina man was told he could not vote on Election Day because he was wearing a Trump shirt. So instead of walking away, the man took off his shirt and cast his ballot.
Chris Whitmire, with the South Carolina Elections Commission, told WAFB television that “the poll manager’s handbook defines campaign material as any written or visual material that expresses support or opposition for any candidate, party or ballot issue in a current election.”
“The shirt in question does not relate to a candidate in a current election,” Whitmire told the television station.