2005 Vermont Code - § 2508. — Campaigning during polling hours; voter access
§ 2508. Campaigning during polling hours; voter access
(a) The presiding officer shall insure during polling hours that:
(1) Within the building containing a polling place, no campaign literature, stickers, buttons, name stamps, information on write-in candidates or other political materials are displayed, placed, handed out or allowed to remain; and
(2) Within the building containing a polling place, no candidate, election official or other person distributes election materials, solicits voters, or otherwise campaigns; and
(3) On the walks and driveways leading to a building in which a polling place is located, no candidate or other person may physically interfere with the progress of a voter to and from the polling place.
(b) During polling hours, the presiding officer shall control the placement of signs on the property of the polling place in a fair manner.
(c) The provisions of this section shall be posted in the notice required by section 2521 of this title. (Amended 1989, No. 211 (Adj. Sess.), § 3; 2001, No. 5, § 14.)
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