Section 65 of chapter 54 of the General Laws, as appearing in the 2014 Official Edition, is hereby amended by inserting after the third paragraph the following paragraph:-
On any day during the early voting period that votes are being cast for an election of state or city officers, and of town officers in towns where official ballots are used, or on any day that a location is accepting in-person absentee voting or submissions of absentee ballots for such election, no person shall: (i) solicit votes for or against or to promote or oppose any person, political party, or position on a ballot question to be voted on at such election; (ii) collect signatures upon petitions, referendum petitions or nomination papers; or (iii) post, circulate or distribute pasters, commonly called stickers, posters, cards, handbills, placards, pictures or other circulars intended to influence the action of the voter in the building where an early voting location or location for in-person absentee voting or submission of absentee ballots is located, on the walls thereof, on the premises on which the building stands, or within 50 feet of the building entrance door to the early voting location or the location for in-person absentee voting or submission of absentee ballots.
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