Ford GoBike will let you check out a bike for free. The company has 7,000 bikes docked at 540 stations in San Francisco, San Jose, Oakland, Berkeley, and Emeryville.
Pedal to the Polls tomorrow! Use code BIKETOVOTE for a free Access Pass to ensure you have your ride covered for getting to the Polls. pic.twitter.com/nWNfaffqPW— Ford GoBike (@FordGoBike) November 5, 2018
Lyft is giving 50 percent off all rides to the polls, good for up to $5.
Uber is giving a $10 discount on a single ride to your polling place. It's only available on the lowest priced Uber option, like Uber POOL.
In San Francisco, scooter riders on Skip get a $5 credit for showing that they used a Skip scooter to reach the polls.
You vote. You tweet. You get $5 in ride credit.— Skip (@SkipScooters) October 31, 2018
Ride a Skip to vote on November 6th, then follow us and tweet a photo of your "I Voted" sticker with the hashtag #SkiptothePolls. We'll DM you with a $5 promo code for using your voice. #DoYourParthttps://t.co/lJ9RQusfm0
Scoot riders can earn a free ride.
⚡️ #FreedomScoot just droppin' by to remind you to vote tomorrow 🇺🇸 Take a scoot to the polls and and tag us in a selfie with your scoot and your "I Voted" sticker and we'll give you a free ride ⚡️ New users, use promo VOTE2018 for a free ride!#electionday #electionday2018 pic.twitter.com/7d1jhSAShl— Scoot (@ScootNetworks) November 5, 2018
Lime scooters and bikes can be ridden for free. Users will receive a code for a free ride.
Bird, which has scooters available in Oakland San Jose, has not announced a discount for voters.
Take a look at the stories below to help inform your decision when it comes to candidates and measures. And after the polls close, we'll have a real-time look at the results.
Full coverage on the 2018 election at abc7news.com/election.
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- How to watch midterm election results, ABC News live coverage on Election Day
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