Election Day freebies: Here's where to find deals

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Lack of transportation was found to be the third most common reason for not voting among young people who did not attend college, according to data from the 2016 Election analyzed by Tufts University's Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement.

New York-based bagel chain Black Seed Bagels will be giving out free cups of hot Stumptown coffee with any purchase.

California Tortilla: Get a free order of chips and queso with any purchase when you say "I voted" at the register.

Ecclesia Coffee Shop, 7130 W. Maple: Get 50 cents off drinks all day with a sticker.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop While this deal initially required an "I Voted Sticker", Potbelly has now extended the deal to everyone, whether they've voted or not. Either show an "I Voted" sticker or redeem with the code "ivoted" in the chain's app.

Election Day is here!

If you do - and you have the "I voted" sticker to prove it - several will give you a price break on your lunch, dinner or drink. Just use the code "IVOTED2018" when you check out.

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Lime: Enter the code LIME2VOTE18 and unlock the Lime fleet of e-scooters from a free ride to and from voting locations.

Uber, Lyft and Lime have already offered free and discounted rides to the polls this election day.

Fatz Southern Kitchen, which has dozens of locations in the Southeast, is encouraging customers to come get a free Fatz Famous Sweet Tea after they vote on Tuesday. Bobo's Baked Goods will mail a coupon to claim a free bar after tagging your "I Voted" social media post with @eatbobos or #GetOatTheVote.

The Elephant: Receive 10 percent of your meal when you wear an "I Voter" sticker.

Divvy will offer free rides on Election Day through an "Explorer Pass".

The secretary of state's office said in a Twitter message that "budgetary constraints" prevented the office from providing the stickers for Tuesday's voting.

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