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In Some Respects, Election Day Means Everyone Wins

Today, just for participating in democracy, you will be lavished with free food and the like. Here’s a quick round up of places that are rewarding you for voting.

Starbucks: Receive a free tall coffee. Today is the one day when Starbucks is not over-priced.

Ben & Jerry’s: Free scoops from 5-8 PM. Be warned: Invaluable tips from the ice cream distributor’s 30th birthday celebration have taught Bwog that the line for this thing will probably be out the door.

Krispy Kreme: Star-shaped donuts will be awarded to all voters. They feature red and blue sprinkles atop white frosting.

Babeland: Free, ahem, personal giveaways.

Ted Gibson Salon: Expensive shampoos in small sizes are all yours.

Know of any other deals or free things? Let us know in the comments or by email (bwog@columbia.edu).

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5 Comments

  • Dear Bwog says:

    @Dear Bwog My election location did not have any “I voted today” stickers.

    Can I sue the US government for a Tall Coffee, Donut, Ice Cream scoop, cock-ring and a small shampoo?

  • oh... says:

    @oh... you already posted that.

  • babe land says:

    @babe land is giving free vibrators to voters…so i hear.

  • Hey, Bwog says:

    @Hey, Bwog I wonder where these fine institutions supporting democracy are located near campus?

    1. starbucks says:

      @starbucks closest one is on 42nd street and 8th.

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