□ election day選挙の日 ex) If you’re voting in person on the election day, find your polling place and its hours. もし 選挙の日に 自分で 投票に行くのなら、投票場所と時間帯を 調べておいて
election /ɪˈlɛkʃən/: the act or process of choosing someone for a public office by voting ex) Election day or polling day is the day on which general elections are held.
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□ go to the poll選挙に行く ex) Instead of going to the polls on the election day, you may vote using the vote-by-mail ballot that will be sent to you. 選挙に出向く代わりに、送られてくる 郵便による投票用紙 を使って 投票することもできる
go to the poll /ˈpoʊl/: to cast one’s vote in an election ex) Analysts have predicted a landslide victory for her, but we won’t know for sure until the country goes to the polls.
□ polling place投票会場 ex) If you are not sure your vote-by-mail ballot will arrive in time if mailed, bring it to any polling place. もし 郵送で 投票期限に間に合うかどうか 定かでなければ、投票用紙を 投票会場まで 持って行って
polling place /ˈpoʊl/ : a building where voting takes place during an election, typically one that normally has another function, such as a school. ex) Voters registered in the County may cast their ballot at any HISD polling location on Tuesday.
□ vote in person自ら投票する ex) Many voters would prefer to vote in person. 多くの投票者が 自ら投票することを好むであろう
vote /ˈvoʊt/: to make an official choice for or against someone or something by casting a ballot, raising your hand, speaking your choice aloud, etc. ex) For registered voters who wish to vote in person, polling places will be open on Tuesday.
□ early voting in person期日前投票 ex) Early voting in person will be available at the election office during regular business hours. 期日前投票が、通常の営業時間内に選挙事務所で できる
in person /ˈpɚsn̩/: used to say that someone is the person who does something, provides something, etc. ex) You can vote early with an absentee ballot at your local elections office.