(1) As used in 13-35-211, MCA, "electioneering" means the solicitation of support or opposition to a candidate or issue to be voted upon at the election or polling place in question, by means of:

(a) Personal persuasion, electronic amplification of the human voice, or the display or distribution of campaign materials.

(b) Offering or distribution of food, drink, or any other material benefit in a manner calculated to encourage recognition, support, or opposition to a candidate or issue.

(c) "Electioneering" does not include the display of ordinary bumper stickers on automobiles.

History: 13-37-114, MCA; IMP, 13-35-211, MCA; NEW, 1977 MAR p. 1236, Eff. 12/25/77; TRANS, from 44.10.311, 2016 MAR p. 28, Eff. 1/9/16.