New York Election Law
Sec. § 17-104
False Registration


Any person who:

1.

Registers or attempts to register as an elector in more than one election district for the same election, or more than once in the same election district; or, 2. Registers or attempts to register as an elector, knowing that he will not be a qualified voter in the district at the election for which such registration is made; or

3.

Registers or attempts to register as an elector under any name but his own; or

4.

Knowingly gives a false residence within the election district when registering as an elector; or

5.

Knowingly permits, aids, assists, abets, procures, commands or advises another to commit any such act, is guilty of a felony.
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Dec. 13, 2016