Any person who conspires to violate Election Code 18541 Corruption of the Voting Process/Intimidation of Voters is guilty of a felony. Punishable by imprisonment in a county jail for not more than 12 months, or in the state prison. A person shall not, with the intent of dissuading another person from voting, within the 100-foot limit specified in subdivision (b), do any of the following:
- Solicit a vote or speak to a voter on the subject of marking the voter's ballot.
- Place a sign relating to voters' qualifications or speak to a voter on the subject of the voter's qualifications except as provided in Section 14240.
- Photograph, video record, or otherwise record a voter entering or exiting a polling place.
- Obstruct ingress, egress, or parking.
The activities described in subdivision (a) are prohibited within 100 feet of either of the following:
- The entrance to a building that contains a polling place as defined by Section 338.5, an elections official's office, or a satellite location specified in Section 3018.
- An outdoor site, including a curbside voting area, at which a voter may cast or drop off a ballot.
A person shall not, with the intent of dissuading another person from voting, do any of the following within the immediate vicinity of a voter in line to cast a ballot or drop off a ballot:
- Solicit a vote.
- Speak to a voter about marking the voter's ballot.
- Disseminate visible or audible electioneering information.