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The U.S. 2022 midterm elections are finally here. More than 45 million people have already voted early. Others still plan to head to the polls at some point during the day.
To help make the process even easier, several companies have offered to give voters and poll workers free rides to the polls.
For instance, Rideshare2Vote, announced that its offering free round trips to the polls in select states.
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"Our drivers will pick you up, give you a safe ride to your polling place, wait for you to vote, and bring you back," its website reads.
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Voters can either call in, download its app or fill out an online form in order to get the free service. Currently, its offering such assistance in nine states including Arizona, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas and Virginia.
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Last month, Lyft also announced that everyone's voice deserves to be heard and that "transportation should never be a barrier."