Alaska Statutes Title 15. Elections § 15.56.040. Voter misconduct in the first degree
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(a) A person commits the crime of voter misconduct in the first degree if the person
(1) votes or attempts to vote in the name of another person or in a name other than the person's own;
(2) votes or attempts to vote more than once at the same election with the intent that the person's vote be counted more than once;
(3) intentionally makes a false affidavit, swears falsely, or falsely affirms under an oath required by this title;
(4) knowingly votes or solicits a person to vote after the polls are closed with the intent that the vote be counted.
(b) Voter misconduct in the first degree is a class C felony.
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