Not being able to get to the polls is no longer a valid excuse for skipping out on participating in democracy, as a handful of ride-hailing, biking and even local public transportation organizations are offering free or reduced rides on Election Day.
Taco John's: Since Tuesday is also National Nacho Day, customers will receive a free order of chips and nacho cheese with any order placed on its app.
Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Free cookie, just ask for one.
After hitting the polls, reward yourself with a free tray of fries, a cold brew of coffee, and so many other options.
Lyft: Get 50 percent off or up to $5 off rides across the country.
Corner Bakery Café: Score a free hand roasted brewed coffee or cold brew with your order at participating locations on November 6. From Zendaya to Justin Timberlake, Hollywood stars took to social media to show off their "I Voted" stickers and encourage their fans to make their voice heard at the polls.
November 6 Wear your "I Voted" sticker on Election Day and get a free cupcake from their Sweet Shop.
Lime: Enter the code LIME2VOTE18 and unlock the Lime fleet of e-scooters from a free ride to and from voting locations. Unfortunately, that excludes about a third of all voters in Texas because they voted early.
Gianni's Steakhouse: Get $3 off champagne.
Gunther & Co.: $6 drinks and $12 for those with "I Voted' stickers".
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.
California Tortilla: New Jersey and CT voters who say "I voted" can enjoy free chips and queso with any in-store purchase.
Emerson Biggins Old Town, 808 E. Douglas: People wearing stickers get half-price burgers and half-price appetizers all day. To redeem, simply present your voting sticker.
There will also be a number of watch parties in Baltimore. Just tell them you voted, or use coupon code #5253.
Pratt Street Ale House will have an extended happy hour until close.