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Election Day deals, freebies and dining experiences

Krispy Kreme Donuts are seen outside of a store on May 09, 2016 in Miami, Florida.
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Krispy Kreme Donuts are seen outside of a store on May 09, 2016 in Miami, Florida.

Cast your vote and then reward yourself.

A host of national brands, local restaurants and bars are offering free stuff, deals and fun Election Day specials. Here are a few:

Krispy Kreme: Show your "I voted" sticker at participating Krispy Kreme shops and get a free doughnut.

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7-Eleven: On Election Day, 7-Eleven customers can get a free cup of coffee at participating shops. The deal is available through the 7-Eleven mobile app, which is available in the App Store or Google Play.

Zipcar: On election night, over 7,000 Zipcars across the country will be free in order to #DRIVEtheVOTE. Members can reserve the vehicles starting at 9 a.m., November 3 up to Election Day and can be reserved online or through the mobile app. The cars are free from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. local time so members can "zip to the polls during the last few hours."

White Castle: Get a free gallon of iced tea with purchase of a Crave Case. Customers must present a coupon in the restaurants or use the promo code: USA if ordering online.

California Tortilla: Voters can get free chips and queso with any purchase when they say "Make queso great again," "I'm with queso," or "I vote for queso" while ordering. The offer is available at California Tortilla locations nationwide.

Bob Evans: Get 30% off your entire dine-in or carryout order with this coupon.

Gold's Gym: Bring a valid "I voted" sticker and get free access to your local Gold's Gym on Election Day free of charge. Find locations here.

Election Day dining experiences:

Feel like eating and drinking yourself into oblivion as the votes come in? Here are a few Election Day dining experiences around the country:

Dirty Habit, Washington, D.C.: Dirty Habit's Chef Kyoo Eom and celebrity Chef Art Smith are teaming up to offer guests a special Election Day menu. Call the restaurant for details. More on where to go in D.C.

Henry's Majestic, Dallas: You can start early in Dallas. Starting at 11 a.m., cocktails with names like The Deleted Email and What's Aleppo will be mixed up and ready to throw back for just $2, Eater Dallas reports. More for Dallas residents here.

Election Night party at The Association, La: A bipartisan viewing event that starts at 5 p.m. People can watch the votes roll in and enjoy drink specials. Register here.

Feel like making drinks at home? Here are a few tried-and-true recipes.