Uber is also offering political campaigns and organizations the chance to purchase promo codes they can give to their workers or voters on Election Day.
In the run-up to the midterm elections, both Uber and Lyft have been sharing information on how to register to vote with both their drivers and riders, according to each service.
Uber and Lyft are not the only transportation services offering free rides today to the polls. The Greater Dayton RTA will also be providing free rides as well to ensure access for all who choose to vote, according to a release.
For a list of all RTA routes that are within a half mile or less walk to local polling stations, click here to visit the RTA's website.
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