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Judge: WWE Fans May Wear Garb To Polls

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Judge: WWE Fans May Wear Garb To Polls

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Judge: WWE Fans May Wear Garb To Polls

Judge: WWE Fans May Wear Garb To Polls

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Fans of Linda McMahon may wear pro wrestling T-shirts when they vote next week.The Connecticut Senate candidate once led World Wrestling Entertainment. And in New York, one candidate for governor is Jimmy McMillan of "The Rent Is Too Damn High Party." Now he's getting his own action figure.

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Good morning. I'm Steve Inskeep, with some political swag news.

Fans of Linda McMahon can wear pro wrestling T-shirts when they vote next week. The Connecticut Senate candidate once led WWE - World Wrestling Entertainment. State election law bans political advertising near polling places, but a judge says wrestling garb is fine. New York's candidates for governor include Jimmy McMillan of The Rent Is Too Damn High Party. And there's now a Rent Is Too Damn High action figure.

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