Can I wear a campaign button into the polling place?

No person may campaign; distribute literature or written or printed matter of any kind; wear campaign buttons, signs, pins, stickers, t-shirts, etc.; circulate petitions; or perform similar activities within 150 feet of the building in which a polling place is located.

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1. I am registered to vote but unsure of where my polling place is located. Where can I find this information?
2. If I show up at the wrong polling place on Election Day can I vote a provisional ballot there, or do I have to go to my own polling place to vote on Election Day?
3. I have not voted in a while, how can I find out if I am still eligible to vote?
4. I’ve recently moved. Am I still eligible to vote at my old precinct?
5. I recently moved. How do I change my address?
6. How do I get a Precinct Card?
7. How do I register to vote? Where do I go to register to vote?
8. Am I required to show identification when I vote?
9. Are sample ballots available prior to the election?
10. When is the best time to go to the polls to avoid having to wait in long lines?
11. What time will the polls open and close on Election Day?
12. How do I get a free Georgia Voter Identification Card?
13. What happens if I do not have any identification with me at the polling place?
14. Can I wear a campaign button into the polling place?
15. What is a provisional ballot?
16. How are provisional ballots counted?