A Kansas Metropolis, Missouri, voter was incorrectly informed he couldn’t solid a poll whereas carrying his “Make America Nice Once more” hat on Tuesday, a county election official has stated.

The unidentified man, who was trying to vote on the Northland Cathedral, was requested by a ballot employee to take away his hat, the Kansas Metropolis Star reported. Nevertheless, Tiffany Ellison, Democratic director with the Clay County Election Board, stated the hat ought to have been allowed since President Trump’s iconic slogan didn’t pertain to the first elections.

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Ellison stated the person was “upset” and “combative” when he was requested to take away his hat. A Twitter user stated on social media a “barely inebriated, belligerent man carrying a pink hat” argued with officers and “began to movie the voters” after he was requested to take off his hat.

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Police had been reportedly known as to escort the person out of the polling place.

The person then known as the Secretary of State’s Workplace to find out whether or not or not he was breaking any regulation — and the workplace confirmed he was not. The county election board finally “known as him to let him know he might return up there,” Ellison stated. “He thanked us and apologized for his conduct.”

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Based on Missouri state regulation, voters aren’t allowed to carrying something associated to candidates, polling or different electioneering points inside 25 toes of the polling constructing. Violating the regulation is a misdemeanor offense.

Ellison informed the Kansas Metropolis Star the person deliberate to return to the church to vote later within the afternoon.

Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox Information. Comply with her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.



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