Go vote, then get some free food, drinks


New York-based bagel chain Black Seed Bagels will be giving out free cups of hot Stumptown coffee with any purchase.

A total of $13,000 was spent in preparation for the giveaway, according to Welch, and the shop is expecting more than 1,000 voters.

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.

Did we miss your giveaway or favorite spot for a post-voting treats?

Public at the Brickyard, 129 N. Rock Island: Get a free mini-pizza with your sticker and a purchase. Unfortunately, that excludes about a third of all voters in Texas because they voted early.

Blue Bird Cupcakes: Stop by for a 20 percent discount on cupcakes - bring that "I Voted" sticker.

If you vote, you'll eat well in Maryland.

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Lots of voters in Louisiana did not get the "I Voted" stickers, often shared in social media photos, on Election Day.

Lime, a nationwide bike, e-bike and e-scooter share program, is offering free rides (up to 30-minutes) to your polling locations in more than 100 cities with the code LIME2VOTE18.

Easton's Bank Street Creamery, 15 S Bank St., is offering a free scoop of ice cream to anyone who has his or her "vote" sticker.

Shake Shack: Get a free order of fries with sticker or use the code IVOTED on the free Shake Shack app. In addition, Uber will offer $10 off a single ride to the polls on Election Day using the promotional code VOTE2018, and only for the cheapest option available in your city (So Uber Express Pool, Pool, or UberX). To get the deal, you must be sporting hat all-important sticker.

Free coffee is aplenty on Election Day.

The secretary of state's office said in a Twitter message that "budgetary constraints" prevented the office from providing the stickers for Tuesday's voting.