A person may not approach a person attempting to enter a polling place, or who is
in a polling place, for the purpose of selling, soliciting for sale, advertising for
sale, or distributing any merchandise, product, literature, or service. A person may not approach a person attempting to enter a polling place, who is in
a polling place, or who is leaving a polling place for the purpose of gathering signatures
for any reason. These prohibitions apply in any polling place or within one hundred feet [30.48
meters] from any entrance leading into a polling place while it is open for voting.
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