A: Are you planning on voting?
B: Yes. What about you?
A: Yes, but this will be my first time voting.
A: Yes, and I have no idea how to do it.
B: Voting is simple.
A: I don't know any of the laws they're trying to pass.
B: That's okay. They describe everything on the ballot.
A: I didn't know that.
B: Don't worry. You'll be fine.
A: That's good to know.
B: Congratulations on your first voting day.
A: Are you going to vote?
B: I am. Are you?
A: Yes, and for the first time.
B: Is that right?
A: I don't know how to vote.
B: Voting isn't difficult.
A: I'm not sure what laws are being voted on.
B: They tell you everything on the ballot.
A: They do?
B: You'll be okay.
A: Thanks for telling me.
B: You should be excited about your first vote.
A: Will you be voting this year?
B: Of course! Will you?
A: This is going to be my first time voting.
B: Are you serious?
A: I'm not sure what I'm doing.
B: Voting is easy.
A: I don't know anything about the bills or laws they're trying to pass.
B: The ballot gives you all that information.
A: Nobody told me that before.
B: You have nothing to worry about.
A: I'm so glad you told me that.
B: Good luck on your first election.