2013 Wyoming Statutes
TITLE 22 - ELECTIONS
CHAPTER 15 - CHALLENGING
22-15-109. Poll watchers; certification; qualification; authority; removal.


WY Stat § 22-15-109 (2013) What's This?

22-15-109. Poll watchers; certification; qualification; authority; removal.

(a) The county chairman of each political party may certify poll watchers prior to the day of the election to serve in each precinct. Not more than one (1) poll watcher from each political party may serve simultaneously unless the chief judge determines that one (1) additional poll watcher from each political party may be accommodated in the polling premises without disrupting the polling process.

(b) A poll watcher shall belong to the political party he represents and shall be a registered elector residing in the county. A poll watcher shall serve only at the precinct designated on the certificate. A poll watcher is authorized to observe voter turn out and registration and may make written memoranda but shall not challenge voters, conduct electioneering activities or disrupt the polling process.

(c) The chief judge may remove a poll watcher from the polling premises for disturbing the polling place, or for any other violation of the Election Code.

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