Free Ride to the Polls
Every year, the political rhetoric on Facebook gets worse. And every year, I offer free rides to my friends who might need one in order to exercise their right to vote. So far, I haven’t been taken up on it.
However, this year, I thought I’d appeal to a wider audience.
NOTE: This is a non-partisan post. No bashing the candidates. No matter your feelings about either one of the presidential candidates, you should still get out there and vote because local elections are important.
If you need a ride in the Greater Houston Area, here are some resources.
- METRO is offering free rides on October 29th, November 4th, and November 8th for all registered voters from 7 am until 7 pm. See the flyer here.
- Sutliff and Stout are offering free ride rebates for the first 1000 submissions. See more details here.
- Uber is offering free rides via their site Voterdrive.us. See more details and sign up here.
If you have any questions about what to bring to the polls in Texas to vote, or where some of your candidates stand, please visit the League of Women Voters of Texas election guide.
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