Keep your ballot to yourself on Election Day, unless you're in Colorado.

A judge says voters in the state can post ballot selfies on social media sites without prosecution, contrary to other recent federal court decisions.

However, the ruling allows local polling places to enforce photography bans.

In New York, a federal judge refused to overturn a state law that bars voters from showing a marked ballot to other people.

A lawsuit was filed last month aimed at letting voters take and share photos in ballot booths.

Voters who are caught taking ballot selfies could face up to a $1,000 fine and a year behind bars.