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Georgia State Code
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Title 21, Chapter 2, Section 568 (21-2-568)

Any person who:

(1) Goes into the voting compartment or voting machine booth while another is voting or marks the ballot or ballot card or registers the vote for another, except in strict accordance with this chapter;

(2) Interferes with any elector marking his or her ballot or ballot card or registering his or her vote;

(3) Attempts to induce any elector before depositing his or her ballot or ballot card to show how he or she marks or has marked his or her ballot or ballot card;

(4) While giving lawful assistance to another, attempts to influence the vote of the elector whom he or she is assisting or marks a ballot or ballot card or registers a vote in any other way than that requested by the voter whom he or she is assisting; or

(5) Discloses to anyone how another elector voted, except when required to do so in any legal proceeding

shall be guilty of a misdemeanor.

Defined terms referenced in this section:
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