Mississippi Code Title 97. Crimes § 97-13-33. Failure to honestly consider voter qualifications;  permitting unqualified persons to vote;  refusing vote of qualified persons

When one who offers to vote at an election shall be objected to by any challenger as a person unqualified to vote, if the manager of such election shall permit him to vote without honestly considering his qualifications, or if any manager shall refuse the vote of such person without honestly considering his qualifications, or if any manager shall knowingly permit an unqualified person to vote, or shall knowingly refuse the vote of a qualified person, he shall, upon conviction, be imprisoned in the county jail not more than one (1) year, or be fined not more than Three Thousand Dollars ($ 3,000.00), or both.


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