Someone asked me other day what I meant by being a fan of Americana.
Apple Pie. Parades. The Big E.
Voting Booth Selfies? Not so fast.
As the Presidential election heats up, no matter who you’re voting for, you can be sure of one thing—people will likely show up at the polls next month. Especially the millenials, equipped with their iphones and smartphones. And because many millenials can’t go to the bathroom without snapchatting or posting their every-moment, you can also be certain they will want to forever memorialize (or at least for a quick Snapchat 10 seconds) their experience in the voting booth.
But lawmakers and courts aren’t necessarily having it, as a majority of states have passed laws which protect the privacy of their voting booths from serial social media posters.
So where does Connecticut stand on the issue? Well, depends who you ask…