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Vote November 8, 2016.

Election Day is finally here. Thank goodness. We can say goodbye to all those ads, vicious debates, and political fighting. Now, reward yourself with some Election Day freebies and deals.

Free Krispy Kreme Doughnut

Krispy Kreme often participates in freebie days, and Election Day is no exception. The doughnut chain is offering a free doughnut.

These locations are not participating across the country:

  • AK – Anchorage
  • AL- Dothan
  • AR – Bentonville
  • Arizona
  • Canada
  • CA: Brentwood, Chico, Concord, Pinole, Riverbank, Roseville, Sacramento, Stockton, Vacaville, West Sacramento, Yuba City
  • CO- Denver, Thornton, Lone Tree
  • Connecticut
  • FL – Jacksonville, Panama City
  • GA – Macon, Warner Robins
  • Idaho
  • KS – Wichita
  • Maryland
  • MO – Branson, Springfield
  • NC – Hickory, Lenoir
  • NV- Las Vegas
  • SC – Florence
  • VA – Manassas
  • Utah
  • Wisconsin

$5 Burgers at BurgerFi

BurgerFi Election deal

Courtesy: BurgerFi

BurgerFi is playing off the “conflicting” feelings some voters have still not knowing which candidate to choose. The burger chain is offering $5 conflicted burgers on Election Day. That’s a Angus burger, veggie burger, American + white cheddar cheese, lettuce, tomato, and BurgerFi sauce.

It’s clever marketing, but not much of a savings. Just $2.97 in my area, but a saving nonetheless.

Free or low-cost childcare at YMCA

YMCA election dayAt the YMCA, Zoe is running for President. The kid leader is offering free or low-cost childcare to parents who need to vote.

“Election Day is arguably one of the most important days in the U.S. this year — the ultimate opportunity for Americans to make their voices heard through the democratic process,” said Kevin Washington, President and CEO of YMCA of the USA. “Unfortunately, many people who want to vote find it challenging because they have to take children with them. The Y’s hope is that Zoe’s Kids Day Out initiative enables those parents and caregivers to exercise their right to vote, and ensures children can spend their time in a safe, nurturing environment.”

There are some rules like you can’t leave the building at some Y locations. Also, there are time limits, and some fees at some locations.

Here’s a list of participating Kansas City YMCA locations:

  • Atchison Family YMCA – 8-11 a.m. and 4-7 p.m., free for Y members, $2 for community participants
  • Bonner Springs Family YMCA – 8 a.m.-Noon; 4 p.m.-8 p.m., free to Y members and community participants; parents cannot leave the building, but this Y is a polling location
  • Linwood Family YMCA – 9 a.m.-12 p.m. and 4-7 p.m.; free for Y members, $5 for community participants; 3 hour time limit
  • North Kansas City YMCA – 8 a.m.-1 p.m., 3-8 p.m.; free to Y members and community participants; ages 12 weeks-8 years; 2 hour time limit; parents cannot leave the building, but this Y is a polling location
  • Olathe Family YMCA – 8:30-11:30 a.m., 4:30-7 p.m.; free for Y members, $5 for community participants; ages 2-8 years; 2 hour time limit
  • Platte County Community Center North – 8 a.m.-Noon, 4-7 p.m.; free for Y members, $5 for community participants; ages 2-8 years; 2 hour time limit
  • Platte County Community Center South – 8 a.m.-Noon, 4-7 p.m.; free for Y members, $5 for community participants; ages 2-8 years; 2 hour time limit

Free cookie

Great American Cookies is offering a free cookie to voters. The cookie chain is often found in malls.

Free pizza

Marco’s Pizza is offering a freebie in the form of a coupon. You get a free medium one-topping pizza if you vote for Marco on Facebook. To qualify, like Marco’s Facebook page. Then share the post, and then vote for Marco on Marcos.com.

To qualify, show your “I Voted” sticker or follow the terms of the promotion.