(1) To communicate to the applicant acceptance of the [voter registration application] and then fail to make a good faith effort to deliver the form so that it is received by the county board of elections in time to satisfy the registration deadline . . . for the next election [25 days before the date of the election]. It shall be an affirmative defense to a charge of failing to make a good faith effort to deliver a delegated form by the registration deadline that the delegatee informed the applicant that the form would not likely be delivered in time for the applicant to vote in the next election.
(2) To sell or attempt to sell a completed voter registration form or to condition its delivery upon payment.
(3) To change a person's information on a voter registration form prior to its delivery to a county board of elections.
(4) To coerce a person into marking a party affiliation other than the party affiliation the person desires.
(5) To offer a person a voter registration form that has a party affiliation premarked unless the person receiving the form has requested the premarking.
(b) Signature. – The form shall be valid only if signed by the applicant. . . .