Lots of restaurants and businesses are ready for Election Day with deals for those who exercise their civic duty.
Check out some of the freebies and deals you can cash in on after you cast you vote:
&pizza is also offering voters a refreshing drink after they cast their vote. All you have to do is ask for a craft soda.
If you need a pick-me-up on Election Day, customers with the 7-Eleven app can grab a free cup of coffee.
If you're famished after heading to the polls, Bob Evans has a deal for you. You can get 30 percent off your entire order if you use this coupon.
You can get free small order chips and queso with any purchase at California Tortilla Tuesday. But there's a catch -- you have to know the secret passwords. Customers must say one of these three passwords: "I'm with queso," "Make queso great again," or "I vote for queso."
Need to quench your thirst? Firehouse Subs is offering a free medium drink when you show your "I Voted" sticker.
What's better than a free cookie? Customers with their "I Voted" sticker can get a free regular cookie at participating locations of Great American Cookies.
It's not a freebie technically, but Good Stuff Eatery is having an election of their own with their handcrafted burgers. For $7.85, you can order the Trump burger or the Hillary burger. Every burger ordered counts as one vote.
Don't throw your "I Voted" away. Any customer wearing the sticker will receive one free doughnut Tuesday.
Lyft is also offering voters an affordable way to get to the polls. Riders in D.C. can get a 45-percent discount on one ride between 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. Lyft says the promo code will be sent to users in an email. New users can use the code NOVEMBER8TH for $5 off their first 10 rides.
Grab any sticker and head to Nando's for a free side dish.
If you've never used Uber before, you can use the promotional code "VOTETODAY" to get $20 off your first ride.
If you need a ride to the polls, Zipcar has you covered. Zipcars will be free between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. Tuesday. But don't forget to reserve your ride first.