When you go to vote, there's a special area around the entrance called the "buffer zone." It's between 25 and 50 feet from the door. You'll see it marked with tape, cones, or signs.
In this buffer zone, no one is allowed to campaign. That means no one can try to convince you to vote for a particular candidate or hand out campaign materials there.
But don't worry, if you want to get campaign information or talk about the election, there's a nearby area next to the buffer zone where people can hand out campaign materials and ask for votes. Those areas are colored purple in the Notice of Buffer Zone.