Here's Why Snapchat Is Fighting To Make Your 'Ballot Selfie' Legal
Hint: It has something to do with your First Amendment right.By Katie Link | April 26, 2016
Taking a picture inside a voter booth in Pennsylvania could land you in jail for up to a year. Showing someone your filled-out ballot in Wisconsin is a felony. In New Hampshire, sending a selfie from the booth could cost you $1,000.
Photography laws in polling places differ from state to state because some fear that allowing cameras would interfere with the voting process.
But Snapchat disagrees. It wants to unify those laws and tip them in your selfie-taking favor — and it’s starting its mission in the Northeast.