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After waiting in a long line to cast your ballot in Tuesday’s election, you’ll likely be pretty hungry.
Luckily, Krispy Kreme is giving people who voted a free doughnut all day Tuesday. All you need to do is show up to a participating location and say that you would like your Election Day doughnut.
The doughnut chain’s locations are spread out across 19 states, including swing states Florida and Arizona. So if you needed any additional incentive to cast your ballot, maybe a sweet treat will do the trick.
If doughnuts aren’t your favorite snack, 7-Eleven is offering free cups of coffee at participating stores on Election Day if you download the mobile app. And check out some of the other best freebies available on Election Day.