2 Ways to Get to the Voting Polls for Free

Apicha Community Health Center Nov 02, 2018  

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Election Day is fast-approaching, and it's important to make sure your voice is heard. Sometimes getting to your polling station can be a challenge, but this year a few companies are offering discounted or free rides to help folks out.

If you're in need of transportation to vote, here are to ways to make sure you cast your vote.

1. Take an Uber or Lyft.

Both of these companies will be offering discounted and/or free rides on Tuesday, November 6 to get folks to their polling station.

For information about Uber's free rides, click here.

For information about Lyft's free and discounted rides, click here.

2. Use a Citi Bike.

Citi Bike is offering free day passes to the public to bike their way to the polling station.

For information about how to use Citi Bike on Election Day, click here.


Looking for more information on voting? Learn more here.

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