You can thank Justin Timberlake for allowing selfies or videotaping inside of a voting booth, at least in Tennessee.
Back in October, JT caused an uproar during the election when he posted a selfie inside of a Memphis voting booth, which could have lead to a $50 fine and up to 30 days in jail. Thankfully, the pop titan is clear of all potential consequences as lawmakers in his native state have ruled that photography and videotaping devices are now allowed to capture filled-out ballots as of last week.
However, there is one stipulation. Even though you're allowed to take footage of yourself in the voting poll stations, any acts of voter intimidation, fraud or selling a vote are not prohibited. Back in April, the Supreme Court shot down a New Hampshire bid to revive a law, which would ban folks from taking photography of themselves in the voting booth.
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