MIT can rest easy now

BocaNewsNow reports a woman in Boca Raton was initially turned away from the polls because she was wearing an MIT shirt.

BocaNewsNow.com has heard from multiple sources that an election supervisor at the polling place ultimately realized that MIT stands for “Massachusetts Institute of Technology” — a school where students tend to know how to spell — and was not a campaign shirt for the Republican candidate, who spells his name MITT.

Via BosGuy.

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    I Wonder If...

    I wonder if St. Francis University in Loretto, PA sells tee-shirts with the school's initials on the front?

    Emily Littella, Poll Worker

    Nobody in CO was barred from voting, and the person may never have even known that an MIT shirt was worrysome. The poll worker merely contacted her supervisor who set him/her straight on what the shirt meant.

    Oh, nevermind!