Free food on Election Day? Here's a list of Tuesday's delicious deals

Here's how to score free stuff in Orlando on Election Day

Midterm elections: Shake Shack, Blaze Pizza, Baked by Melissa rewarding voters with free food

Much like California Tortilla, all you need to do to receive your free brewed or cold-brewed coffee is say, "I voted". Get free delivery for any order placed on the Blaze Pizza app on Tuesday.

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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.

The burger chain is offering free fries with any purchase for voters who show their "I Voted" sticker.

You can get a free cookie with any purchase at Potbelly Sandwich Shop on Tuesday (Election Day) or Wednesday of this week.

Here's how to get a free ride to vote on Tuesday, and below you'll find all of the restaurants with Election Day freebies and other deals for voters.

Birch Coffee: Drink up a free drip coffee after presenting your "I Voted" sticker.

The Cask Taproom and Grill, 80 Kunkle Drive, Easton, will offer you a free 13 ounce beer of your choice. Either show an "I Voted" sticker or redeem with the code "ivoted" in the chain's app. Use the code "Election 10" in Maryland.

Uber is offering $10 off a single ride on Election Day.

Lime is offering free bikes, e-bikes and e-scooters to use to and from polling locations, up to 30 minutes.

Rubio's Coastal Grill: Per USA Today, "Get an Original Fish Taco paired with any Mexican or craft beer for $5 or choose an à la carte option such as a $2 Fish Taco Especial or a $1.75 Original Fish Taco Tuesday".

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