2012 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 26 - OFFENSES AND PENALTIES
22-26-102. Registration offenses.
(a) Registration offenses consist of performing any of the following acts with the intent to deceive a registration official or to subvert the registration requirements of the law or rights of a qualified elector:
(i) Signing or offering to sign an application to register when not a qualified elector or to register under a false name;
(ii) Soliciting, procuring, aiding, abetting, inducing or attempting to solicit, procure, aid, abet or induce a person to register under the name of any other person, or a false name, or to register when not a qualified elector;
(iii) Destroying or altering a registration record when not authorized by law;
(iv) False swearing after being challenged.
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