Midterm elections are not known for major turnouts. To help change it, many brands offer freebies and offers to voters.
Only about four out of ten qualified Americans vote in mid-term elections, according to Fortune. Previously, stores like 7-Eleven and White Castle have offered incentives to customers showing an "I Voted" sticker.
It has been previously questioned whether the incentive voters of the brands are legal.
"It's illegal in elections when federal candidates are on the vote to offer free stuff (including free food or drink) to people by proof of voices," said Rick Hasen, a legal professor at UC Irvine for Nation & # 39; s Restaurant News.
But many brands find a way around this by offering the benefits of anyone who requests them, not just to customers who display an "I Voted" sticker.
Here are some of the places that offer special offers this election day: