How would you interpret the verb “get” here?
Mrs. Brown left early to go to the polls. She says the Elementary down the block would be my voting place, if I could be troubled to use it. I have promised her I’ll get my voting card before the next go-round.
How would you interpret the verb “get” in the phrase “I’ll get my voting card before the next go-round”?
I want to know how American people get their voting cards. Do they get them from some bureau of the government which issues the voting cards to the people?
Thanks! And this excerpt is taken from The Lacuna by Kingsolver.