Election Day 2018: Free Food Deals for Midterm Voters

Election Day 2018: Free Food Deals for Midterm Voters

Election Day 2018: Free Food Deals for Midterm Voters

"It is illegal in elections when federal candidates are on the ballot to offer free stuff (including free food or drink) to people upon proof of voting", UC Irvine law professor Rick Hasen told the outlet earlier this month.

Chameleon Cold Brew: Share a selfie to social media showing your "I Voted" sticker and tag it @ChameleonColdBrew and #FuelTheVote in order to score a free voucher for a free 10-ounce cold brew coffee, as per The Kitchn.

For example: Potbelly Sandwich Shop initially made their free cookie offer available to those who had "I voted" stickers.

November 6 Hitch a free or discounted ride to the polls with Lyft and Uber.

So it's Election Day and you still need incentives to vote? You can also get a free ride to and from the polls.

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

7-Eleven WHEN: Nov. 6 Perk up and head to the polls with a free coffee on Election Day.

Clavel: Free mezcal by Don Mateo de la Sierra's Alto when you show your "I Voted" sticker.

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Blaze Pizza: Free delivery for any order placed with the Blaze Pizza app on Tuesday.

Topside: Free draft beer to anyone who wears their "I voted" sticker.

Lime is offering free rides on its bikes and scooters to and from polling places (for up to 30 minutes) with promo code LIME2VOTE18.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop will give a free cookie, with purchase, to customers sporting an "I Voted" sticker.

Bring in your "I Voted" sticker for 20 percent off your order. All you have to do is walk in and show your "I Voted" sticker.

Now you can't use hunger as an excuse to not vote!

There will also be a Party at the Polls at O'Donnell Square Park from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m.

"Consequences" singer Camila Cabello posted a long message while donning two "I Voted" stickers on her Instagram on November 2.

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