Midterm elections: Shake Shack, Blaze Pizza, Baked by Melissa rewarding voters with free food
07 November, 2018, 01:42
"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.
Espresso to Go Go, 102 St. Francis, 120 E. First Street: This coffee shop will give you an Espresso to Go Go sticker if you show your "I voted" sticker.
Get $1 off any sub Tuesday with your "I Voted" sticker.
Free cookies, fries and alcohol - plus other deals and discounts on Election Day. You can also get a free ride to and from the polls.
The burger chain is offering free fries with any purchase for voters who show their "I Voted" sticker.
7-Eleven WHEN: Nov. 6 Perk up and head to the polls with a free coffee on Election Day.
Corner Bakery Café: Score a free hand roasted brewed coffee or cold brew with your order at participating locations on November 6. Make sure your Uber app is updated and use code VOTE2018 to receive the discount.