2006 New York Code - Freedom Of Elections.

    §  9.  Freedom  of  elections.  All elections ought to be free; and no
  person by force of arms, malice, menacing, or otherwise, should  presume
  to  disturb  or hinder any citizen of this state in the free exercise of
  the right of suffrage.

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