New South Wales Consolidated Regulations

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Misconduct in voting

358 Misconduct in voting

(1) A person must not do any of the following:
(a) make a declaration (whether oral or written) that the person knows is false in respect of any matter or thing for which a declaration is required by this Regulation,
(b) impersonate an elector for the purpose of voting at an election,
(c) vote twice at an election,
(d) knowingly put more than one ballot-paper in the ballot-box at a polling place (except if each of those ballot-papers relates to a different poll),
(e) influence an elector's vote by threats or inducements.
Maximum penalty: 10 penalty units.
(2) This clause applies in relation to an election under clause 395 or 396 and to a constitutional referendum or council poll in the same way as it applies to elections under Chapter 10 of the Act.

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