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Free Coffee, Doughngiuts, and Ice Cream On Election Day

By Money Crashers

Lines are long to vote today, but there are a few companies trying to make it a little easier for you to vote today. Starbucks is giving out a free cup of their original brew coffee. The corporate owned Krispy Kreme stores will be giving out star-shaped glazed doughnuts. Also, Ben & Jerry’s will be giving out a free scoop of ice cream today. Originally, you had to prove that you had voted with the “I voted” sticker, but I think the companies have rescinded this requirement because it violates election law.

So, go out and get fat while you vote!

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