Obama mural greets voters at Philadelphia polling site

Workers at a Philadelphia polling place, after being ordered by a judge to cover up a mural of President Obama "in its entirety," slapped up a few pieces of paper that only partially covered his image -- while leaving the Obama campaign logo and a quote from the current president in full view for voters.

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    Mural of President Obama overlooks voting at a school in Philadelphia -- a violation of the state's voting law prohibiting campaign materials inside polling sites.
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    Poll worker papers over Obama mural at school in Philadelphia used for voting after judge ordered the image covered while polling station was open.
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    While judge ordered the image covered, it's still pretty clear whose image is behind the paper, along with a visible campaign logo. A quote from one of President Obama's speeches also remained visible to voters.
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