No poster, paper, circular, or other document designed or tending to aid, injure,
or defeat any candidate for public office or any political party on any question submitted
to the voters shall be distributed or displayed within the voting place or within
fifty (50) feet of the entrance or entrances to the building in which voting is conducted
at any primary or election. Neither shall any election official display on his or her person within the voting
place any political party button, badge, or other device tending to aid, injure, or
defeat the candidacy of any person for public office or any question submitted to
the voters or to intimidate or influence the voters.
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