10. Asking Questions at the Polling Place


A: Did you need help with something?

B: I don't know where to get my ballot.

A: I can help you with that.

B: How can you help me?

A: I work here.

B: That's great.

A: May I see your ID?

B: Here it is.

A: All right, here is your ballot card.

B: What do I do now?

A: Go to a voting booth and vote.

B: All right. Thanks for your help.


A: May I help you?

B: I'm not sure where to pick up my ballot.

A: I can assist you.

B: How are you going to help me?

A: I actually work here.

B: Fabulous. Thanks.

A: Do you have ID?

B: I have it right here.

A: Here's your ballot card.

B: Now what am I supposed to do?

A: Just take it to a booth and begin voting.

B: Sounds good. Thanks.


A: Did you need help?

B: Where do I go to pick up my ballot?

A: I'll help you with that.

B: How's that?

A: I'm working here today.

B: That's wonderful. Thank you.

A: Can I see your ID, please?

B: Here you go.

A: I have your ballot card right here.

B: What am I supposed to do now?

A: All you have to do now is vote.

B: Okay. Wish me luck.

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