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Early voters line-up before dawn at the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters Office in Norwalk to

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Your “I Voted” is good for more than just public validation that you hit the polls today! It could also help keep some $$$ in your pockets today.

Here’s a list of deals only good on Election Day 2016:

Krispy Kreme

The doughnut dealer is giving free doughnuts at participating locations to anyone who shows their “I Voted” sticker.

Uber

First time riders can use the code “VOTE TODAY” to get $20 off their first ride. The ride-sharing company will also help users find their polling place.

Lyft

Uber’s closest U.S. rival is helping people vote, too, by offering customers in certain cities 45% off rides to their polling place—though they’ll have to pay full price for the return trip.

7-Eleven

Use the mobile app to redeem a free coffee at participating locations.

White Castle

When ordering a Crave Case online, use the promo code “USA” to get a free gallon of iced tea. White Castle will also have a coupon available for those making in-store purchases.

Zipcar

The car rental company is offering up more than 7,000 free cars to those who make reservations after Nov. 3. The vehicles will be available on Election Day between 6 p.m. and 10 p.m. in order to help people get to the polls more easily in the last few hours.

Bob Evans

The restaurant chain is offering a coupon that gets you 30% off your entire order.

Gold’s Gym

Show your “I Voted” sticker to get free access to the gym on Election Day.

Noodles and Company

If you can’t choose a presidential candidate, you can at least vote for your favorite mac and cheese on Noodles and Company’s website. Instead of an “I Voted” sticker, you’ll get a “Buy One, Get One” coupon.

Chuck E. Cheese’s

The family restaurant will be giving out free personal pepperoni pizzas with the purchase of any other pizza. Just tell them you voted, or use coupon code #5253.

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