A MAGA face mask? A Black Lives Matter T-shirt? Here’s what you can and can’t wear to vote in Texas

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Voters waited in line to at the Carrollton Public Library on the first day of early voting in Carrollton. Credit: Montinique Monroe for The Texas Tribune

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Wearing T-shirts, buttons or hats supporting political candidates at the polls is illegal. But in the pandemic era, voters are now being reminded that the electioneering rules also apply to face masks.

According to the law, “a person may not electioneer for or against any candidate, measure, or political party” within 100 feet of a polling place.