What do I do when I get to the polling place?

When you enter the polling place, you'll see sign-in tables for one or more election districts (EDs), ballot marking booth(s), and one or more ImageCast voting systems. At the table for your ED you will be asked to sign next to a facsimile of your original signature on an alphabetical poll-list. 

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1. Can I register in person?
2. Can I take an exit poll?
3. Can someone help me to vote?
4. Do I have to register every year?
5. Electioneering - How far away from the polling place must I be?
6. How can I become a poll watcher?
7. How can I get an absentee ballot?
8. How do candidates get on the ballot?
9. How do I change my address?
10. How do I change my party affiliation?
11. How do I enroll in a political party?
12. How do I vote?
13. How will I know where to vote?
14. If I register to vote, will I be called for jury duty?
15. May I take my children to the poll site?
16. Must I pay my employees for time off to vote?
17. Should I be concerned about signing a petition?
18. What do I do when I get to the polling place?
19. What do I need when I go to vote?
20. What happens if I can't vote on election day?
21. What if I'm not permitted to vote?
22. What is a primary election?
23. What is the difference between an emergency ballot and an affidavit ballot?
24. Where can I get a mail-in voter registration application?
25. Who can sign a petition?
26. Who can vote?
27. Why should I enroll in a political party?