Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton celebrates on stage during her primary night event at the Duggal Greenhouse, Brooklyn Navy Yard on June 7, 2016 in New York.
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November 8, 2016 1:29 PM EST

Political signs may be prohibited at many polling places, but simply wearing white is well within the rules. Over the past few days the #WearWhiteToVote movement has taken off as a political fashion statement in support of Hillary Clinton. The color is a nod to the suffragists who wore white as they campaigned for women’s voting rights. The democratic nominee famously wore an all-white ensemble for her speech at the Democratic National Convention in July.

Now, people across social media sites are wearing the hue in support of the movement:


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