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Need a free ride to the polls? These companies can help




Tricia Barney arrives to vote in the US presidential election at the polling place of Star Mazda car dealership on November 6, 2012 in Glendale, California.
Tricia Barney arrives to vote in the US presidential election at the polling place of Star Mazda car dealership on November 6, 2012 in Glendale, California.
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On the eve of tomorrow’s big — and very close — presidential election, get out the vote has become the final rallying cry on both sides of the ticket. Polls are tight, and the winner could very well be determined simply by whose supporters show up to vote.

To help voters get to the polls, all kinds of companies will be providing free and discounted rides November 8, including the following in the L.A. area:

Voting has begun in California. KPCC is here for you and will help you develop your Voter Game Plan. Use our election guide to find your personalized ballot.