(a) Voting shall be by ayes and noes, and the names of those voting for and against entered in the journal, in the following instances:
(1) Upon all bills and concurrent resolutions upon third reading and final passage.
(2) Upon concurrence by the House in amendments made by the Senate to House bills.
(3) Upon the adoption of conference committee reports.
(4) Upon adoption or amendment to a report of the committee of the whole.
(b) All other votes shall be taken viva voce, but any member shall have the right to demand the ayes and noes upon any question before the decision shall be announced by the chair.
(b.5) A member shall not be compelled by a majority of a political caucus to cast a vote for or against any legislative measure.
(c) No member or other person or persons shall visit with the chief clerk or remain by the chief clerk's desk while the ayes and noes are being taken.
(d) When the electric roll call system is utilized for the taking of the ayes and noes, the presiding officer shall state the question and announce: "All those in favor shall vote aye; all those opposed shall vote no. The House members will proceed to vote."
When sufficient time has been allowed for each member to vote, the presiding officer shall ask: "Have all members present voted?" The presiding officer shall then direct the chief clerk to close the machine and record the vote. When the vote has been completely recorded, the presiding officer shall announce the result to the House.
(e) A member may change his or her vote until the machine has been ordered closed by the presiding officer. It shall be the responsibility of each member to determine the accuracy of his or her vote as registered opposite his or her name on the electric roll call board. Except as otherwise provided in House Rule 18 (b), votes of absent or excused members shall be recorded only as absent or excused.
(f) No member shall cast the vote of any other member, nor shall any other person cast the vote of a member. In addition to such penalties as may be prescribed by law, any member casting or attempting to cast the vote of a member may be punished in such manner as the House may determine.