Section 17-9-50.1

Photographing or revealing contents of another voter's ballot.

(a) At any polling place in any state, county, or municipal election, an individual may not do either of the following:

(1) Take a photograph of a ballot, other than the individual's own ballot.

(2) Reveal another voter's ballot in a manner that would disclose its contents to anyone other than an individual lawfully assisting the voter.

(b) An individual who violates subsection (a), upon conviction, shall be guilty of a Class A misdemeanor.

(c) This section does not prohibit a voter from making available a photograph of the voter's own ballot by posting the photograph on the Internet or in some other electronic medium, and any retransmittal of the photograph does not constitute a violation of this section.

(Act 2019-370, §1.)