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Sen. Schumer Says Let Voters Wear Candidate Tees to Polls, Guns a 'Bad Idea'

TMZ.com Thursday, 22 October 2020
Sen. Chuck Schumer is weighing in on an odd fact about most polling places in America -- where you cannot wear clothing with a candidate's face or name, but CAN carry a firearm. The Senate Minority Leader was heading to his ride Thursday on Capitol…
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