You'd think a hero from New York in the early '90s might have more pressing things to do than promote voting.
We'll get to the crimes being committed by the web-slinger in a moment, but it's important to note that this PSA to encourage voter turnout is kind of terrifying. The tone is off from the very beginning. Spider-Man is darting around from place to place to essentially keep threatening the viewer while a cold, lifeless track hums on behind him. It looks more like a hostage video than anything encouraging. If I'm just over here thinking about voting and this weirdo in a bodysuit keeps popping up all over the place, quipping at me, I'm never voting for an NBA all-star ever again, let alone an election.
But Spider-Man isn't done with the whole using superpower for voter bullying thing; he takes it even further by quite obviously committing voter fraud at the end of the video. We see it all right there, clear as day, that Spider-Fraud putting his Hancock on the ballot, gloved and all. I'm pretty sure you're Peter Parker under there, and I don't think the Times Square Elmo is allowed to throw in an extra vote when he stumbles into the booth on election day. You just spent the last 20 seconds teleporting around telling us how we better vote and the importance of the right, then you go and commit a felony right in front of us.
After he finished this bogus vote, Spider-Man just started shooting his webs at everyone else's booths, sucking up their ballots and replacing their votes with his like some relentless voting maniac who will stop at nothing to just vote as much as possible until there is no voting left to be done. Legal or not.