Bill and Hillary Clinton, who are above the law, were illegally electioneering this weekend in early polling stations in Illinois, Massachsetts, North Carolina and Michigan.
— Follow If U Hate CNN (@cnnwriter69) October 24, 2016
— Tim Pulliam (@TimABC11) October 23, 2016
Former President Bill Clinton stopped by a polling place on Chicago’s South Side Tuesday morning to speak with voters on Illinois’ primary Election Day.
“I want to help stir up voter interest, get the biggest possible turnout,” Clinton said after shaking hands and posing for photos outside Beulah Shoesmith Elementary School in the Hyde Park neighborhood.
It also went on in the spring. Read more at The American Mirror.
— christopher m (@cmmcmmcmmcmm) March 2, 2016
— Carrie Powell-Holder (@jacarafish) March 22, 2016
Bill Clinton was inside a polling location in Boston on Super Tuesday in violation of state law. NBC wondered if it’s illegal. If Donald Trump did it, they wouldn’t be wondering.
While stumping for his wife, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton entered a polling station at the Holy Name Parish School’s gymnasium in West Roxbury early Tuesday.
He spoke with workers, bought a cup of coffee, and apparently took a photo with one woman, according to press pool reports.
— Sera Congi (@seracongi) March 1, 2016
The following are the laws for the states these two criminals were in. What they did is clearly in violation of the law but no one seems to care much about it. This information was obtained from MASS, the National Association of Secretaries of State.
When can we expect the police to arrest them or the DAs to question them?
No judge of election, pollwatcher, or other person shall, at any primary or election, do any electioneering or soliciting of votes or engage in any political discussion within any polling place, within 100 feet of any polling place, or, at the option of a church or private school, on any of the property of that church or private school that is a polling place (10 Ill. Comp. Stat. § 5/17-29(a))
Within 150 feet of a polling place…no person shall solicit votes for or against, or otherwise promote or oppose, any person or political party or position on a ballot question, to be voted on at the current election. No campaign material intended to influence the vote of a voter in the ongoing election, including campaign literature, buttons, signs, and ballot stickers, may be posted, exhibited, circulated, or distributed in the polling place, in the building where it is located, on the building walls, on the premises where the building stands, or within 150 feet of an entrance door to the building. ( 950 CMR 53.03(18); 54.04.22))
No person or group of persons shall hinder access, harass others, distribute campaign literature, place political advertising, solicit votes, or otherwise engage in election‐related activity in the voting place or in a buffer zone which shall be prescribed by the county board of elections around the voting place. In determining the dimensions of that buffer zone for each voting place, the county board of elections shall, where practical, set the limit at 50 feet from the door of entrance to the voting place, measured when that door is closed, but in no event shall it set the limit at more than 50 feet or at less than 25 feet. Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section, the county board of elections shall also provide an area adjacent to the buffer zone for each voting place in which persons or groups of persons may distribute campaign literature, place political advertising, solicit votes, or otherwise engage in election-related activity (N.C. Gen. Stat. § 163-166.4).
An election inspector or any other person in a polling room, in a compartment connected to a polling room, or within 100 feet from any entrance to a building in which a polling place is located shall not persuade or endeavor to persuade a person to vote for or against any particular candidate or party ticket or for or against any ballot question that is being voted on at the election. A person shall not place or distribute stickers, other than stickers provided by the election officials pursuant to law, in a polling room, in a compartment connected to a polling room, or within 100 feet from any entrance to a building in which a polling place is located. A person shall not solicit donations, gifts, contributions, purchase of tickets, or similar demands, or request or obtain signatures on petitions in a polling room, in a compartment connected to a polling room, or within 100 feet from any entrance to a building in which a polling place is located. On election day, a person shall not post, display, or distribute in a polling place, in any hallway used by voters to enter or exit a polling place, or within 100 feet of an entrance to a building in which a polling place is located any material that directly or indirectly makes reference to an election, a candidate, or a ballot question. (Mich. Comp. Laws § 168.744 (1); (3))
A person shall not, while the polls are open on an election day, solicit votes in a polling place or within 100 feet from an entrance to the building in which a polling place is located. (Mich. Comp. Laws § 168.931(1)(b)(iii)(k))
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