Connecticut General Statutes §9-236 provides, "On the day of any primary, referendum or election, no person shall solicit in behalf of or in opposition to the candidacy of another or himself or in behalf of or in opposition to any question being submitted at the election or referendum, or loiter or peddle or offer any advertising matter, ballot or circular to another person within a radius of seventy-five feet of any outside entrance in use as an entry to any polling place."
Complaint by: Garrett
State Elections Enforcement Commission
June 25, 2012
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