Aw: Connecticut voters allowed to wear WWE shirts to polls

Last week, a spokesman for the secretary of state indicated that campaign workers may “cover up a hat, a shirt” bearing the WWE logo because the federation is so closely identified with McMahon.

Reports of the possibility that those sporting a WWE logo may have an issue at polling places set off the WWE and McMahon’s campaign, which charged that such a move would be “overtly partisan.” But in a memo issued Tuesday, Bysiewicz clarified that state law would not prevent voters from wearing WWE apparel at the polls.

“This office has never issued a blanket prohibition or declaration prohibiting any particular type of apparel,” she wrote.