Maine Revised Statutes Title 21-A. Elections § 903-D. Notaries public

1. Notaries public.  A notary public or other person authorized by law to administer oaths or affirmations is prohibited from notarizing or certifying a petition under section 902:

A. If employed or compensated by a petition organization for any purpose other than notarial acts;

B. If providing services or offering assistance to a ballot question committee established to influence the ballot measure for which the petitions are being circulated or employed by or receiving compensation from such a ballot question committee for any purpose other than notarial acts;  or

C. If a treasurer, principal officer, primary fundraiser or primary decision maker to a ballot question committee established to influence the ballot measure for which petitions are being circulated.


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