Any person having the custody of voting equipment under this chapter, or any election
or primary officer, who, with intent to cause or permit any voting equipment to fail
to correctly register all votes cast, tampers with, injures, or disarranges the voting
equipment in any way, or any part of the voting equipment, or who causes or consents
to the voting equipment being used for voting at any election or primary with knowledge
of the fact that the voting equipment is not in order or not properly set and programmed
so that it will correctly register all votes cast, or who, for the purpose of defrauding
or deceiving any voter or of causing it to be doubtful for what candidates or question
any vote is cast, or of causing it to appear upon the voting equipment that votes
cast for one candidate or question were cast for another candidate or question, removes,
changes, or mutilates any computer ballot or any part of any computer ballot, or does
anything to defeat the will or intention of a voter in casting a lawful vote, shall
be guilty of a felony.
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