169. No person may, on the premises of a polling station, use a sign to indicate his association with a recognized ticket or his support for or opposition to a ticket or candidate or ideas promoted or opposed by the latter, or engage in any other form of partisan publicity.
If the ticket or candidate promoted by prohibited partisan publicity refuses or neglects to stop or remove the publicity after being requested to do so, the returning officer may have it stopped or removed at the expense of the ticket or candidate.
The building in which the polling station is located and any neighbouring place where the sign or partisan publicity may be seen or heard by the electors are deemed to be the premises of the polling station.
1989, c. 36, s. 169; 1999, c. 40, s. 115; 2006, c. 51, s. 65.