The things you never learn when all your voting has been by absentee ballot:
Elections Administrator Robert Parten said Monday that anyone sporting a Cowboys logo at an Arlington [Texas] voting site will be told to cover up their allegiance to the team if they want to cast a ballot. He said he ordered the prohibition because of a provision on the Arlington ballot that asks whether taxpayers should help pay for a $650 million Cowboys stadium in their city.Regardless of how attenuated it may seem from politics, don't try to spread your message at the polling site.
"Anytime you go into a polling place and what you're wearing shows something that's on the ballot, that's electioneering," Gayle Hamilton, assistant elections administrator for Tarrant County, said. State law prohibits voters at the polls with clothing, jewelry or badges that promote or denounce a candidate or proposition on a ballot.