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With the election only 15-days away, people may be wanting to share they've voted.
And one way could be by taking a selfie in a voting booth.
In certain states, you could be breaking the law.
While, Not every state has a ban on what's being called a ballot selfie but the ones that do, argue it's because people who haven't voted yet could be influenced by what they might see on social media.
22 states allow photos in the voting booth, 18 have restrictions, and 13 of laws that are "unclear" on it.
North Dakota is one that doesn't see a problem.
"I think nationally there were some concerns about people taking a photo copy of their ballot. We never had that concern here in North Dakota, we never had that concern here in North Dakota and we never really had anybody doing that" says Mike Montiplaisir, Cass County Auditor
Actor Justin Timberlake flew from California to Tennessee to vote early.
State officials say that's great, but he shouldn't have taken a selfie at the ballot box.
The singer posted a selfie Monday saying "No excuses, my good people!"
Tennessee law took effect earlier this year banning voters from taking photos or video while inside a polling location.
Tennessee's Secretary of State sent out a reminder to voters to only use their phones to help them vote, not take pictures.
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