12-26 OFFENSES AGAINST THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE
OFFENSES AGAINST THE ELECTIVE FRANCHISE
Elections to which chapter applies.
False representation to procure registration or acceptance of vote as misdemeanor--Failure to deny false statement as misrepresentation.
Voting or offer to vote by unqualified person as misdemeanor.
Impersonation of registered voter as felony.
Voting more than once at any election as felony.
Good faith defense to prosecution for illegal voting.
Threats or intimidation to prevent public assembly of electors as misdemeanor--Hindering attendance at meeting.
Disturbance of public meeting of voters as misdemeanor.
Persecution, threats, or intimidation to influence vote as misdemeanor--Obstruction
of voter on way to polls.
Unlawful influence of employees' political activities or voting as misdemeanor--Forfeiture of corporate charter.
Use of public relief, loans, or grants to influence political activity or vote as
Bribery of voter as misdemeanor--Acts constituting bribery.
Acceptance of bribe by voter as misdemeanor--Acts constituting acceptance of bribe.
Bribery or acceptance of bribe as infamous crime--Forfeiture of office.
Betting with intent to procure challenge as misdemeanor.
Disobedience of precinct superintendent or precinct deputy as misdemeanor.
Disturbance of election proceedings as misdemeanor.
Tampering with ballots, ballot box, or poll list as felony.
Tampering with automatic ballot counting devices, direct recording electronic voting
machines, and electronic ballot marking systems as felony.
Exclusion by precinct superintendent or precinct deputy of lawful vote as
False count or return by election official as misdemeanor--Defacement or
concealment of statement or certificate.
Bribery of election official as misdemeanor.
Offenses relating to election on submitted question.
Prevention of unlawful election not prohibited.
Irregularities in proceedings not a defense.
Offender as witness against another--Compelling testimony--Immunity from