San Rafael assemblyman wants to legalize ballot selfies

A voter places their ballot into a box. (Shutterstock)

A San Rafael assemblyman wants to make "ballot selfies" legal. Right now, taking a picture of your ballot or your voting booth is illegal in California because of a long-standing ban on cameras inside polling places.

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Marc Levine's bill has passed the assembly and will have its first senate hearing on Wednesday.

Levine used a vote by mail ballot for this election. He took a picture when he mailed it with his daughter.

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