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Section 17-17-37

Illegal voting at municipal elections.

Any person who falsely impersonates another and thereby or otherwise fraudulently casts a vote to which he or she is not entitled, or having voted at a municipal election votes a second time at the same election, whether in the same precinct or another, or having once obtained registration in any precinct, shall register a second time, or attempt to obtain a second registration, whether in the same or another name, or whether in the same or another ward, or shall aid or assist another not so entitled, knowing him or her not to be so entitled, to vote or to obtain registration as a voter, shall be guilty, upon conviction, of a Class C felony.

(Act 2006-570, p. 1331, §88.)
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