Intermediate elections are not known for large turnouts. To change this, many brands offer freebies and offers for voters.
According to Fortune, only about four in ten voters vote in midterm elections. In the past, stores such as 7-Eleven and White Castle have provided incentives to customers displaying an "I Voted" label.
In the past, there were questions as to whether voter incentives are legal.
"In elections, it's illegal for federally-elected candidates to vote for things (including food or drinks) for people to vote for," said Rick Hasen, professor of law at UC Irvine, opposite Nation's Restaurant News ,
However, many brands find a way out by offering the benefits to anyone who asks, not just to customers who have an "I Voted" sticker.
Here are some of the places that offer deals on this election day: