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12-26-1      Elections to which chapter applies.
12-26-2      Repealed.
12-26-3      False representation to procure registration or acceptance of vote as misdemeanor--Failure to deny false statement as misrepresentation.
12-26-4      Voting or offer to vote by unqualified person as misdemeanor.
12-26-5      Repealed.
12-26-6      Repealed.
12-26-7      Impersonation of registered voter as felony.
12-26-8      Voting more than once at any election as felony.
12-26-9      Good faith defense to prosecution for illegal voting.
12-26-10      Threats or intimidation to prevent public assembly of electors as misdemeanor--Hindering attendance at meeting.
12-26-11      Disturbance of public meeting of voters as misdemeanor.
12-26-12      Persecution, threats, or intimidation to influence vote as misdemeanor--Obstruction of voter on way to polls.
12-26-13      Unlawful influence of employees' political activities or voting as misdemeanor--Forfeiture of corporate charter.
12-26-14      Use of public relief, loans, or grants to influence political activity or vote as misdemeanor.
12-26-15      Bribery of voter as misdemeanor--Acts constituting bribery.
12-26-16      Acceptance of bribe by voter as misdemeanor--Acts constituting acceptance of bribe.
12-26-17      Bribery or acceptance of bribe as infamous crime--Forfeiture of office.
12-26-18      Repealed.
12-26-19      Betting with intent to procure challenge as misdemeanor.
12-26-20      Repealed.
12-26-21      Disobedience of precinct superintendent or precinct deputy as misdemeanor.
12-26-22      Disturbance of election proceedings as misdemeanor.
12-26-23      Tampering with ballots, ballot box, or poll list as felony.
12-26-23.1      Tampering with automatic ballot counting devices, direct recording electronic voting machines, and electronic ballot marking systems as felony.
12-26-24      Exclusion by precinct superintendent or precinct deputy of lawful vote as misdemeanor.
12-26-25      False count or return by election official as misdemeanor--Defacement or concealment of statement or certificate.
12-26-26      Repealed.
12-26-27      Bribery of election official as misdemeanor.
12-26-28      Offenses relating to election on submitted question.
12-26-29      Prevention of unlawful election not prohibited.
12-26-30      Irregularities in proceedings not a defense.
12-26-31      Offender as witness against another--Compelling testimony--Immunity from prosecution.

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