Lack of transportation was found to be the third most common reason for not voting among young people who did not attend college, according to data from the 2016 Election analyzed by Tufts University's Center for Information and Research on Civic Learning and Engagement.
Metro trains, buses and bike shares in Los Angeles will be free on Election Day, as well as Long Beach Transit, Baldwin Park Transit, Pasadena Transit and Santa Clarita Transit.
Did we miss your giveaway or favorite spot for a post-voting treats?
Ecclesia Coffee Shop, 7130 W. Maple: Get 50 cents off drinks all day with a sticker.
Go vote - and then snag some free food or drink from local restaurants.
Baked by Melissa: The miniature cupcake store is rewarding voters with a free cupcake if they show off their "I Voted" sticker.
The President and the Constitution, by Linda Chavez
The president has said that he believes he can end the policy found in the Fourteenth Amendment of the U.S. President Trump wants to issue an executive order ending birthright citizenship.
The Tap Room at Weyerbacher Brewing, 905 Line St, Easton, will give you a free beer for showing your "I Voted" sticker. As for savory deals, Shake Shack will complement your meal with a side of crinkle cut fries if you show an "I Voted" sticker at the counter or input the code "ivoted" on the Shack app.
Potbelly is offering a free cookie with an entree purchase on Tuesday and Wednesday. Use the code "VOTEMD2018". Find participating locations here.
The Donut Whole, 1720 E. Douglas: Get a free basic doughnut or a free drip coffee with a sticker.
BurgerFi WHEN: Nov. 8 Get a $5 Conflicted burger when you wear your sticker.
Divvy, a bike-sharing program serving the Chicago area, is offering free rides tomorrow with the code VOTE18.
The secretary of state's office said in a Twitter message that "budgetary constraints" prevented the office from providing the stickers for Tuesday's voting.