In many instances, a voter who wants to carry a firearm to vote is no issue because the polls are located at gun-free schools. But what about a polling place located at a church or municipal building? Under current law, a voter is entitled to strap on his six-shooter. Given that police must stay at least 100' away, this concerns me. Governing reports that very few states regulate firearms at the voter booth.
Here's a quiz.
1) If someone comes into the polls wearing a "Hillary" or "Trump" T-shirt, should he be asked to leave and wear more neutral clothing?
2) Are reporters allowed inside the polls?
3) Is there any problem with a person talking on his cell phone while waiting to vote, or snapping pictures around him?
4) Most the name and party of a person coming in to vote be announced? Isn't the voter entitled to some privacy?
5) What about those annoying people who rush over to you the second you get out of your car? Shouldn't they take a hike?
6) If my father or mother is unable to see, can I go into the voting booth with him and help him vote?
I'll answer these questions tomorrow. If you have additional questions, post them in the comments. If I am unable to answer you, I'll find out from elections officials.