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Some businesses offer free goods/services if you show your "I Voted" sticker. During the 2018 midterm elections, 'The New York Times' shared a list of businesses with "I Voted" sticker promotions. They included Uber and Lyft, who were offering free rides to polling stations, and Shake Shack, who were offering free crinkle-cut French fries with every order. Even though it's great to encourage civic engagement, 'The New York Times' notes, "Providing voters with incentives before or after voting in a federal election is technically illegal." Oops?

Election Day 2020 is tomorrow!

So far there have been a record number of voters in our state.

Do you want to verify that your vote has indeed been counted?

You can check to see if your vote was counted by going to this website: Division of Elections.

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