A: I am a reporter from Channel 5 News.
B: What's up?
A: Could I ask you some questions?
B: Sure, you can.
A: Did you vote today?
B: I sure did!
A: What candidate did you vote for?
B: I can't disclose that information.
A: Why is that?
B: My vote is my own private business.
A: I understand.
B: I voted for our next President.
A: I'm reporting from Channel 5 News.
B: How are you doing?
A: I want to ask you a couple questions.
B: Go for it.
A: Have you voted yet?
B: I voted this morning.
A: Who was your vote for President?
B: I can't tell you that.
A: Why can't you tell me?
B: That is private information.
A: I see.
B: All I can tell you is our next President got my vote.
A: I'm from Channel 5 News.
B: How's it going?
A: I was wondering if I could ask you a few questions.
B: Ask away.
A: First of all, did you vote today?
B: I already voted.
A: Who did you vote for?
B: I'm not going to tell you.
A: Why not?
B: My vote is personal.
A: I apologize for invading your privacy.
B: What I can tell you is that I voted for our next President of the United States.