How Do I Vote?
Once you've registered to vote and found out where your polling place is, the hard part is done. Learning how to vote is as easy as showing up at your polling place and asking the poll watchers and precinct captains what you need to do.
Every polling place is stocked with volunteers that are there to make sure the ballots are handled legally, with care, and in accordance with the law. But they are also there to help you, the voter.
In most cases you'll approach the table where your precinct is conducting its polling, you'll identify yourself to the poll workers there, you'll sign the polling books after the workers have identified you, you'll draw a ballot and then proceed to the voting booth.
Each state and county offer different voting machines. Some are paperless ballots with touch-screen computer systems, some are paper-punch systems on a strip paper ballot still others are a "butterfly ballot" system. If you need help, the poll workers are there for your assistance.
Each state also offers special help for physically impaired or handicapped voters.
Again, the best thing to do is ask the poll workers for assistance on how to vote. They must not, however, tell you for whom to vote. That is up to you.
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