If free pizza can't get you to vote, then what can?
Corner Bakery Cafe is offering a free brewed or cold brewed coffee (any size) with purchase by showing an "I Voted" sticker.
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.
Pizza to the Polls: If you find your stomach grumbling as you wait on a long line to vote, contact Pizza to the Polls and they'll send free pies your way to hold you over until you cast your ballot.
Say "I voted" when placing your order at California Tortilla on Election Day, and you'll get a free order of chips and queso with any purchase.
Luisa's Cellar WHEN: Nov. 6 Your first drink is on them if you wear your "I Voted" sticker.
As noted by Nation's Restaurant News, while offering free food (or any kind of free goods) to incentivize voting in political elections is illegal, many businesses swerve potential repercussions by extending Election Day promotions to any customers who request them, not just those sporting an "I Voted" sticker. Here are the participating locations. Make sure your Uber app is updated and use code VOTE2018 to receive the discount.More news: Deal brings National Football League outfits to Fortnite shop
Lime is offering free rides on its bikes and scooters to and from polling places (for up to 30 minutes) with promo code LIME2VOTE18. All customers need to do is show their "I Voted" sticker.
Clavel: Free mezcal by Don Mateo de la Sierra's Alto when you show your "I Voted" sticker.
Of Love & Regret: $1 off Stillwater beer.
Luisa's Cellar: Flash your "I Voted" sticker for a free drink.
There will also be a Party at the Polls at O'Donnell Square Park from 4 p.m.to 7 p.m.
Don't throw away your "I Voted" sticker!
Pratt Street Ale House will have an extended happy hour until close.