What is the buffer zone?

The buffer zone is an area surrounding the entrance to the polling place inside which electioneering and loitering may not occur. The buffer zone is set anywhere from 25-50 feet surrounding the entrance and will be clearly marked at each polling place.

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1. Can I wear my candidate paraphernalia when I go vote?
2. What is the buffer zone?
3. What if I am unable to enter the polling place due to age or physical disability?
4. I plan to bring a voter to vote curbside. May I sit in the car and vote curbside too?
5. Can someone help me cast my ballot?
6. What is provisional voting?