The Vote America's Future

Whether you take a car or a scooter, companies are helping people in metro Tennessee get out and vote on Election Day.

Lime Scooters

On Nov. 6, riders will have access to any of Lime's e-scooters for a free ride to and from your polling location for up to 30 minutes.

You can also get resources needed to get out and vote, including election reminders, registration status, locate your polling place, and other information from the Lime app, thanks to a partnership with non-partisan Vote.org and I am a voter.

Uber

Uber is offering free rides to the polls on Election Day, Nov. 6, thanks to a partnership with #VoteTogether and Democracy Works. To qualify, you must have the most recent version of the Uber app, promo codes will be distributed on Election Day to users.

Lyft

Lyft is offering 50% off any ride to a polling place on Election Day, Nov. 6. To qualify, you'll need to have the Lyft app or be registered with their partners Vote.org, Nonprofit Vote, and TurboVote. In underserved areas, Lyft will offer free rides thanks to partnerships with Voto Latino, local Urban League affiliates, and the National Federation of the Blind.

 

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Joey is an award-winning multimedia producer from Augusta, GA and alumnus of the University of South Carolina-Aiken. He's happy to be Working 4 You and telling the stories of middle Tennessee on WSMV.com!

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