"If top [Pennsylvania] state Republicans get their way, you can forget about wearing that Obama T-shirt when you step up to cast your vote Nov. 4.
Palin pins will be off limits, too.
It's called "passive electioneering," and GOP officials yesterday called on the Rendell administration to enforce a little-known, decades-old law that they say bans such things.
'We strongly believe Pennsylvanians should be able to look to the polling place as a safe harbor, free of any type of electioneering, without any outside influences,' Robert Gleason, chairman of the state Republican Party, said at a Capitol news conference.
In past years, some local election officials across Pennsylvania - though not in Philadelphia - have enforced the provision, going as far as asking voters to turn their T-shirts inside out."