Snapchat wants you to have a right to selfie your vote and has filed in court to protect this
Voting Selfie articles on Democracy Chronicles
Although the Voting Selfie is a seemingly an innocuous practice, a very interesting and modern discussion on election law has been ignited by this issue. The legality of voting selfies touches on issues of privacy, free speech, voter intimidation, and more. In some states you can still technically face punishment for taking a vote selfie, although prosecutions are rare. Some argue that the real threat of voting selfies is to the secret ballot: a fundamental tenet of democracy. In theory, if someone wanted to strongarm others into voting for a certain candidate, they could demand photos as proof from their victims. Also see our articles on the Founding Fathers, Election History and our section on American democracy.