All elections by the people shall be by secret ballot, but the ballots shall not be counted in secret. The right of suffrage, as regulated in this Constitution, shall be protected by laws regulating elections and prohibiting, under adequate penalties, all undue influence from power, bribery, tumult, or improper conduct. (1970 (56) 2691; 1971 (57) 319.) See the constitution of 1868, Article VIII, section I for the original provision carried forward in the constitution of 1895, Article II, section 1. The current wording of the first sentence is a revision of Article...
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