Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky (2018)

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  • U.S. Supreme Court case summary; also included are modified case summaries for Classifying Arguments and Applying Precedents activities.  
  • Format: downloadable Word .docx
  • © 2018 Street Law, Inc. 
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Does a Minnesota statute that broadly bans all political apparel at polling places violate the First Amendment?


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    AP Government

    Posted by Caroline on Nov 11th 2018

    Many of my students were absent on election day to be election judges. For those left behind, they got to be election judges too using this case summary from Street Law. We all really enjoyed it. As a side note, Mansky, the MN election official in the case, created Minnesota's I Voted sticker back in 1993, used the first time in 1994. It's been a hit ever since.