A slice of patriotism, please.
Pizza at the ballot box he doesn’t want a voter to go hungry, having already delivered more than 13,800 pizzas to 748 polling stations in 36 states this year. The nonprofit, non-partisan group believes that “democracy is delicious” – so here’s how to mark free food when you vote in person.
In a statement shared with Fox News, a spokesman confirmed that hungry voters can tweet to Pizza in Polls to report long queues at polling sites (with “extra points to share a photo”) and confirm the location, and a nearby restaurant will give you food in about 90 minutes from the line reported.
The group is committed to delivering pizza to “any voting place in the United States, as long as we can find a delivery place that serves that place” for its signature, program on request in all 50 states. From there, everyone is welcome to dig into the free ‘za’ – poll workers, voting observers, voters, children, and anyone else on site.
In another patriotic camp, the group has partnered with Uber Eats to operate a fleet of food trucks in 29 cities to celebrate the civic engagement and deliver free meals from Oct. 29 to Nov. 3, he said. spokesman. To request a special delivery at a polling place, voting casters can complete it an online shape to be checked by Pizza at Surveys before a truck is dropped.
If you know your belly will break in line, the spokesman confirmed that trucks will stop in the following cities during the six-day train for election day: Phoenix, AZ; Los Angeles, CA; Washington, DC; Miami, FL; Tampa, FL; Orlando, FL; Gainesville, FL; Atlanta, GA; Chicago, IL; Indianapolis, IN; Louisville, KY; Detroit, MI; Ann Arbor, MI; Minneapolis, MN; Charlotte, NC; Raleigh, NC; Greensboro, NC; Las Vegas, NV; Reno, NV; New York, NY; Cleveland, OH; Columbus, OH; Philadelphia, PA; Pittsburgh, PA; Charleston, SC; Nashville, TN; Houston, TX; Austin, TX; and Milwaukee, WI.
“For those in cities where trucks are not available, Pizza at the Polls will partner with local restaurants to provide some snacks and good vibes,” they added.
Pizza to the Polls is proud to have been serving slices since 2016, but the organization thinks its mission is more important than ever, as voter enthusiasm grows and problems plague polling sites. across the country this year.
If there’s one thing we can all agree on, the group says, it’s that exercising our civil rights works an appetite. So, the pizza plethoras are a great unifier – because there’s “nothing partisan about trying to make the vote less of a trap”.