Prosecutions of violations
(1)Any person who believes a violation of this part 5 has occurred may file a written complaint no later than sixty days after the date of the violation with the secretary of state. If the secretary of state determines, after a hearing, that the violation has occurred, he or she shall so notify the attorney general, who may institute a civil action for relief, including a permanent or temporary injunction, a restraining order, or any other appropriate order, in the district court. Upon a proper showing that such person has engaged or is about to engage in any prohibited acts or practices, a permanent or temporary injunction, restraining order, or other order shall be granted without bond by the court. If, within one hundred twenty days after a complaint is filed with the secretary of state, no civil action for relief is instituted by the attorney general, the complainant shall have a private right of action based on an alleged violation of this part 5 and may institute a civil action in district court for any appropriate remedy. Any such action shall be filed within one year from the date of the alleged violation.
(2)Unless a person intentionally takes voluntary action to register to vote knowing that he or she is not eligible to register, the transfer of the person’s electronic record by a voter registration agency in accordance with section 1-2-213.3 or 1-2-502.5 does not constitute the completion of a voter registration form by that person. If such a registration is processed by the state, it is presumed to have been officially authorized by the state and the person is not subject to any penalty under this code.
Section 1-2-511 — Prosecutions of violations,
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