11. Meeting Candidate before Voting

1. Repeat

A: It's very nice to meet you.

B: Nice meeting you, too.

A: I can't believe I'm actually speaking to a candidate.

B: You can ask me questions, if you'd like.

A: I want to ask you what your policy is on gay marriage.

B: Everyone should be able to love who they want.

A: Would you make gay marriage legal?

B: I sure would.

A: I know a lot of people wouldn't agree with that.

B: That's not my problem.

A: I think that is really cool of you.

B: I'm glad to hear that.

2. Repeat

A: Nice to meet you.

B: It's very nice meeting you, too.

A: I'm excited to speak to a candidate.

B: What would you like to ask me?

A: What is your stand on gay marriage?

B: I feel that people can love who they want.

A: So, would you make gay marriage legal?

B: Of course!

A: I'm sure plenty of people won't like that.

B: I can't help that.

A: I like that.

B: I hope so.

3. Repeat

A: It's nice meeting you.

B: It's nice to meet you, too.

A: I am happy to be speaking to a presidential candidate.

B: Would you like to ask me anything?

A: What do you feel about gay marriage?

B: I think everyone has the right to love who they want.

A: Would you legalize gay marriage?

B: Yes, I would.

A: Many people won't like that.

B: I'm sure they won't, but that's my view on gay marriage.

A: I really like you.

B: I really appreciate that.

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