2014 Kentucky Revised Statutes
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117.236 Prohibition against recording identity of voters -- Exception,
state-approved signature roster.
For purposes of this section, "personal telecommunication device" means a
device that emits an audible signal, vibrates, displays a message, or otherwise
summons or delivers a communication to the possessor, including but not
limited to a paging device or cellular telephone.
No election officer, voter, or other person permitted by law within the voting
room, except for challengers appointed under KRS 117.315, shall use paper,
telephone, a personal telecommunications device, or a computer or other
information technology system for the purpose of creating a checkoff list or
otherwise recording the identity of voters within the voting room, except for the
official use of the precinct signature roster that is furnished or approved by the
State Board of Elections and is otherwise permitted by law.
Effective:June 20, 2005
History: Created 2005 Ky. Acts ch. 71, sec. 1, effective June 20, 2005.
CHAPTER 117 - REGULATION OF ELECTIONS
117.236 Prohibition against recording identity of voters -- Exception, state-approved signature roster.
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