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Where to Get Free Food in San Antonio on Election Day 

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It's Election Day, y'all. Go. Vote. Take a friend. Take two. Just do your part and vote.

And treat yourself to some free grub afterward.

Chains and local spots alike are offering free food in hopes of encouraging registered voters to cast their ballot. Here are all the deals (that we know of) happening in San Antonio today.

Potbelly Sandwich Shop // In the mood for a sandwich? Go ahead and grab one at Potbelly, where you'll be able to snag a free cookie all day Tuesday. You don't need to show proof of voting, all you need to do is ask. (But you should definitely vote.) Multiple locations,

Shake Shack // Stop by this burger and shake spot for a free order of fries when you show your "I Voted" sticker. If you're ordering online, use the promo code "ivoted" to score this deal. 427 San Pedro Avenue, (210) 277-4770,

Twin Peaks // Proudly wear your "I Voted" sticker and you'll get a free order of chips and queso with any beverage purchase. Multiple locations,

The Good Kind // Show your voting sticker and you'll get 15 percent off your market bowl all day Tuesday. 312 Pearl Parkway, Building 6, (210) 455-2834,

Did we miss one? Email [email protected].

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