Need A Ride to the Polls? Ask Warren Buffett

Aliyah Frumin
Warren Buffett
Lacy O’ Toole | CNBC

Warren Buffett is offering a helping hand — and a set of wheels — on Election Day.

The billionaire investor and staunch Hillary Clinton supporter is offering rides to voters who need a lift via trolley in Omaha, Nebraska as part of his "Drive 2 Vote" campaign. Buffett has said the goal of the initiative is to have the highest percentage of turnout in any district of the country — regardless of party.

Before giving out rides, Buffett was spotted waiting in line to vote at a church in his hometown.

The 86-year-old Buffett has joked that his eyes are good enough to drive and that he'll even allow selfies. "You bet they can take selfies," he has said. "We're not going to a funeral."

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