Alaska Statutes.
Title 15. Elections
Chapter 15. Elections and Ballots
Section 290. Prohibiting the Identification of Ballots.
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AS 15.15.290. Prohibiting the Identification of Ballots.

While the polls are open, an election official may not open any ballot received from a voter, or mark a ballot by folding or otherwise so as to be able to recognize it, or otherwise attempt to learn how a voter marked a ballot, or allow the same to be done by another person.

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