Getting out and voting is a reward in itself, but it's always a little bit sweeter when it comes with free or discounted deliciousness. Several companies, not just restaurants, are offering up freebies or deals on Election Day.
- Farm Burger is offering free fries to anyone with an "I Voted" sticker all day Tuesday.
- The High Museum of Art is letting customers pay as they wish on Election Day until 5 p.m.! After casting their votes, folks can head over to the High and name their own price for admission. Since many students are out of school, it's a great budget-friendly event for the whole family to enjoy.
- Boston Market is asking customers to participate in its 2012 Bowl Poll and answer a burning question: Left Wing or Right Wing? Vote in the poll and receive an exclusive 'Bipartisan' coupon for a free Market Bowl with the purchase of a Market Bowl and a fountain drink.
- jetBlue: Just in case your candidate doesn't win, you could hop on a free flight out of the country with JetBlue. Just login to Facebook to enter JetBlue's election poll.
- Get $10 off $20 for online takeout from Romano's Macaroni Grill, which has a location in Dunwoody. Use code RMGTOGO.
- Olive Garden: Come in with an 'I Voted' Sticker on Election Day and receive a free Dolcini dessert with any entree.
- Macy's customers save 20 percent online with promo code ELECT through midnight on November 6.
- Zipcar is offering a 50 percent discount on rental rates nationwide on Election Day, November 6, from 5 a.m. and 9 p.m. (local time).
- The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal are removing their paywalls for readers to access their Election Day coverage, according to Romenesko.
Printable Coupons for some of these offers can be found at www.ElectionDayFreebies.com.
Do you know of other Election Day deals? Tell us about them in the comments below.