From US News and World Report/Associated Press, apparently Stace Nelson is still going to be refused “vote for me” shirts at the polling place:
A South Dakota legislative panel on Monday rejected a bill that would have let voters wear political attire while casting their ballots.
The Senate State Affairs Committee voted unanimously against the measure, which would have allowed voters to wear political clothing and buttons while retaining a prohibition on campaign posters and signs inside polling places or near their entrances.
The bill came after a Supreme Court ruling last year striking down Minnesota‘s broad restrictions on voters wearing political hats, T-shirts and pins to the polls.
This measure, which no one asked for, really didn’t attempt to solve any problems pervasive in South Dakota.