(a) Any person who shall, in connection with any primary or election in this State,
do any of the acts and things declared in this section to be unlawful, shall be guilty
of a Class 2 misdemeanor. It shall be unlawful:
(1) For a voter, except as otherwise provided in this Chapter, to allow his ballot
to be seen by any person.
(2) For a voter to take or remove, or attempt to take or remove, any ballot from the
(3) For any person to interfere with, or attempt to interfere with, any voter when
inside the voting enclosure.
(4) For any person to interfere with, or attempt to interfere with, any voter when
marking his ballots.
(5) For any voter to remain longer than the specified time allowed by this Chapter
in a voting booth, after being notified that his time has expired.
(6) For any person to endeavor to induce any voter, while within the voting enclosure,
before depositing his ballots, to show how he marks or has marked his ballots.
(7) For any person to aid, or attempt to aid, any voter by means of any mechanical
device, or any other means whatever, while within the voting enclosure, in marking
(b) Election officers shall cause any person committing any of the offenses set forth
in subsection (a) of this section to be arrested and shall cause charges to be preferred
against the person so offending in a court of competent jurisdiction.
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