Ride-sharing apps are making it easier and little more affordable for anyone needing a ride to the polls on Election Day.
Most polls are open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and there are a few options for those seeking a ride.
You drive the vote, we’ll get you to the polls. Learn more about how we’re helping people show up on Election Day. https://t.co/ftLaWCEhZ7
— Uber (@Uber) October 4, 2018
— Lyft (@lyft) November 5, 2018
If you have a shorter journey, you can hop on a Lime scooter for a free ride (up to 30 minutes).
— Lime (@limebike) October 25, 2018
If you plan on voting during your work day, keep in mind that by law, employers are supposed to allow time for you to cast your vote – providing you let them know a day in advance.
Early voting numbers were nearly three times higher than during the 2014 midterm elections and just below turnout for the 2016 presidential election.