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Election perjury. Provides that a person who knowingly or intentionally makes a materially false statement on a form or in a statement required by Indiana election law commits a Class D felony. Provides that if a person is convicted of this crime, the sentencing court must order the termination of the person's public employment if the person is a public employee and must prohibit the person's public employment for five years. Provides that the sentencing court may include an order rendering the person ineligible to hold a public office for not more than ten years.