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The Election Day Guide to Posting Your Voting Selfies

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In the days leading up to the 2016 elections, Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel found themselves living in a house divided—divided by the laws surrounding whether or not it’s legal to post ballot selfies.

Timberlake caught flack for sharing a shot of himself on Instagram, only to be teased by his wife days later in her own sticker-selfie post. As it turns out, the issue of voting booth snaps and ballot selfies is a bit of a legal gray area, but with the help of the Associate Press’s extensive, state-by-state review, we made you an Election Day cheat sheet to consult when you hit the polls.

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The good news? You can share your “I Voted” sticker shots in any state, so get out there today and earn yours.

If you live in these states, snap away:

Connecticut
Hawaii
Idaho
Indiana
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Minnesota
Montana
Nebraska
New Hampshire
North Dakota
Oregon
Rhode Island
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington, D.C.
Washington State
Wyoming

If you live in these states, leave your smartphone in your bag:

Alabama
Alaska
California
Colorado
Florida
Georgia
Illinois
Kansas
Massachusetts
Michigan
Mississippi
Nevada
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina
South Carolina
South Dakota
Wisconsin

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If you live in these states, proceed with caution—the laws are still unclear:

Arizona
Arkansas
California
Delaware
Iowa
Maryland
Missouri
Ohio
Oklahoma
Pennsylvania
Tennessee
Texas
West Virginia

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