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All the Ways to Score Free Food on Election Day

All the Ways to Score Free Food on Election Day

If you're still craving Mexican food, California Tortilla will also gift you with free chips and queso if you tell the cashier "I voted".

This Chicago-based doughnut shop is handing out a free glazed doughnut to everyone who comes in on Tuesday and shows a staff member their "I Voted" sticker.

Free coffee is aplenty on Election Day.

According to Thrillist, Shake Shack is offering a free order of fries to everyone who votes.

Black Seed Bagels: Present your "I Voted" sticker and receive a Stumptown coffee on the house.

If you hear about a local deal, let us know!

Chewy Boba Company: Tote that "I Voted" sticker into the UCF location (4250 Alafaya Trail in Oviedo) for a free upgrade to a large drink.




Jersey Mike's: WFLA reported that Tuesday is the last day to get $2 off any regular sub sandwich as part of the chain's National Sandwich Day deal.

Countless disappointed Louisianans whipped up a storm on Twitter after they walked out of the voting booth with no "I voted" sticker to affirm their election day participation.

Lulu's Bait Shack: Get a free 14-ounce draft beer with a voting sticker on Tuesday at the Fort Lauderdale restaurant.

Potbelly Sandwich Shops are giving guests free cookies on Tuesday and Wednesday with any purchase. (Yes, totally free. No additional purchase necessary.) To receive it, just show off your "I Voted" sticker.

In celebration of election day - and Minnesota being one of the top states for voter turnout - businesses are offering free rides, drinks and eats on Tuesday. There are countless eateries ready to award those who fulfill their civic duty on November 6, so you better take up their (free) offers!

Lime is offering free bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters to use to and from polling locations, up to 30 minutes. You can also get a free ride to and from the polls.