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The activity of choosing someone or something in an election.

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Pay voters for voting, or not, in NH

I'm aware of a relevant law discussed in a related thread, but the law is not clear to me still. It's not clear to me by the language of the law whether "consideration of his vote or the ...
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Is it legal to register & participate in one state's caucus but vote in another state's election?

A friend of mine is a lifelong Colorado resident currently studying at the University of Minnesota. Until now, she has maintained her voter registration at her family home in Colorado and voted ...
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Donations to Influence Voting

18 U.S. Code § 597.Expenditures to influence voting basically states how it is illegal for someone to pay someone or receive payment to vote a certain manner. However, would it be illegal for someone ...
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Can I reward people in-kind for donating to a political party (or candidate) of my choosing?

Suppose I would like to reward people who contributed to a political leader in the past year. I intend to give those donors private property, influence, or other compensation. This would occur after ...
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Can residents who are running for election to the POA or Metro board hold a Meet & Greet in a Metro building

Our ranch, in Colorado, has a both a POA board and a Metro board. According to the ranch website, “The (Metro) is a quasi-governmental tax district that was originally formed by a vote of the SFTR ...
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while going through section 3,MAJORITY ACT 1875 ,i noticed a few hiccups in the illustrations.could someone clarify whether it 's a mistake?

firstly it stated that : Section 3 in The Indian Majority Act, 1875 3. 8 Age of majority of persons domiciled in India.- (1) Every person domiciled in India shall attain the age of majority on his ...
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Which states allow disclosing photos of one's own voting ballot to a vote-swap partner?

This is a follow-up to this answer by Dawn who explained that anti-ballot-photos laws have been struck down in: California: AB-1494. New Hampshire: Rideout v. Gardner. Indiana: American Civil ...