MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama's top election official's office is getting plenty of phone calls about what voters can or can't wear when they go to vote Nov. 4.
According to Secretary of State Beth Chapman, voters can wear a campaign T-shirt or campaign button, but they can't do any politicking while they are inside a polling place.
Poll workers can't wear any campaign attire.
Secretary Chapman says she is also getting phone calls about whether
voters must show a driver's license to vote, and the answer is no.
Chapman says 22 different kinds of identification are allowed.
The 22 options include a paycheck, utility bill or bank statement
with a voter's name and address.
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