Consider the Georgia Senate Bill SB202 recently passed SB 202 . It includes (Section 33 at pdf page 21, line 1872)
No person shall solicit votes in any manner or by any means or method...
(This prohibition is pertinent to proximity to the place of polling and the proximity of other voters waiting to vote)
While in a line waiting to vote, my wife and I have a discussion wherein I explain why I'm going to vote for Joe as dog catcher. I don't ask her to vote for Joe, my conversation is confined to why I'm voting for Joe. I am not displaying or distributing campaign material.
Would I be in violation of the statute ? Without raising my voice, another voter might overhear my conversation, does that changed anything?
Extra credit: Does this prohibition by the government violate my free speech rights? (providing that I am not causing a disturbance)
ETA: Also just realized that this act makes it illegal for me to offer to give my wife a drink from my water bottle, or share a slice of pizza while waiting in line to vote!