Businesses reward voters with free food, rides

Here's how to score free stuff in Orlando on Election Day

Midterm elections: Shake Shack, Blaze Pizza, Baked by Melissa rewarding voters with free food

In fact, if you live in one of the 34 states that allows early voting, you may have exercised your democratic right already.

Metro trains, buses and bike shares in Los Angeles will be free on Election Day, as well as Long Beach Transit, Baldwin Park Transit, Pasadena Transit and Santa Clarita Transit.

Several establishments are offering discounts to those who display their "I Voted" sticker.

Ecclesia Coffee Shop, 7130 W. Maple: Get 50 cents off drinks all day with a sticker.

Public at the Brickyard, 129 N. Rock Island: Get a free mini-pizza with your sticker and a purchase. Simply present an "I Voted" sticker or redeem with the code "ivoted" in the chain's Shack App. 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".

Lots of voters in Louisiana voters did not get their "I Voted" stickers on Election Day.

Lime: Enter the code LIME2VOTE18 and unlock the Lime fleet of e-scooters from a free ride to and from voting locations.

Boston Market At participating locations on Tuesday only, the purchase of one pot pie and a drink will get customers another pot pie for free.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Customers can receive a free cookie with any purchase by showing their "I voted" sticker, Delish reports. Make sure your Uber app is updated and use code VOTE2018 to receive the discount.

November 6 Hitch a free or discounted ride to the polls with Lyft and Uber. Bobo's Baked Goods will mail a coupon to claim a free bar after tagging your "I Voted" social media post with @eatbobos or #GetOatTheVote. To get the deal, you must be sporting hat all-important sticker.

Citi Bike is offering free day passes with the code BIKETOVOTE.

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

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