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Voting is hungry work, but restaurants are stepping up to ease your Election Day munchies.
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One organization, Pizza to the Polls, has already started bringing food directly to people waiting in line to vote early.
The nonprofit group delivers free pizza — or other treats — when voters report long lines at their polling places. Pizza to the Polls has also partnered with Uber Eats in 29 cities to deploy food trucks to polling sites with long lines.
KRISPY KREME GIVING AWAY FREE DOUGHNUTS ON ELECTION DAY
But polling sites aren’t the only places to get free food on Election Day.
Outlets like Krispy Kreme and Enlightened are giving away free food, and not just to voters, but to everyone, because corporate entities can’t legally ask for proof of voting, according to a report from The Wall Street Journal.