And grab a food, drink deal from Central Florida restaurants

Brenda Watkins
November 6, 2018

J. Mark's Restaurant: Get a free wine, beer liquor or or Signature J.Mark's Cosmopolitan, Margarita or Mojito with any purchase and your I Voted sticker on Tuesday at the Fort Lauderdale and Pompano locations.

7-Eleven: A free cup of coffee on Election Day through the 7-Eleven mobile app.

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Palm Beach Zoo: Get free entry with a voting sticker on Tuesday.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: Customers can receive a free cookie with any purchase by showing their "I voted" sticker, Delish reports.

Firehouse Subs, 1824 Airport Road, Allentown, will offer a free medium drink when you show your "I Voted" sticker.

Nice Ride: The bike-sharing service is offering free or discounted rides to the polls with code BIKETOVOTE.

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Miller's Ale House: Get a beer for a $1 if you say your sticker on Tuesday.

Go to any Birch Coffee location on Tuesday to get a free drip coffee.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop: USA Today reported that the restaurant will be giving free cookies with every purchase of an entree to anyone who asks. Simply present an "I Voted" sticker or redeem with the code "ivoted" in the chain's Shack App.

"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. Use the code "Election 10" in Maryland.

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

Lyft is offering 50 percent off rides in NYC on Election Day.

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