Jessica and her boyfriend are watching Netflix on their laptop. Their conversation turns to the that of the approaching local election. They want to be able to vote, however they have recently moved to Portugal and are not totally fluent in Portuguese.
They research how elections work in Portugal and realise that it is very similar to that of the UK. They also notice that an e-Voting option is available. Jessica is aware of a polling station close to where she works, so she signs up for the e-Voting system.
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On election day, Jessica goes to her local polling station, and informs the attendants that she wishes to use the e-Voting system. They direct her to the e-Voting area, supplied with tablets with the system pre-loaded.
Jessica is worried that she may not totally understand the system, as she is not fluent in Portuguese. Fortunately, she notices that the language can be changed, so she switches to English to avoid any confusion. See Wireframe-Mobile
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Jessica logs in with her Social Security No and Password. As it is her first time logging into the system, she is asked to set a Security Question before she can proceed. See Wireframe-Mobile
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Upon setting her Security Question, Jessica notices this is the same system that is used in the UK, which she has used previously. She selects the election and casts her vote, without any language issues whatsoever, before heading back home for the evening.