Election 2018: North Carolina voting guide
Lyft made the announcement back in August, while Uber released its statement last week.
Over 15 million people cited transportation as their primary barrier to voting in the 2016 election — that’s why we’re introducing The Ride to Vote. Lyft will provide free and discounted rides to the Polls. #TheRidetoVote https://t.co/E8GVhNNkE8 pic.twitter.com/1kmqWlSpsB— Lyft (@lyft) August 23, 2018
You drive the vote, we’ll get you to the polls. Learn more about how we’re helping people show up on Election Day. https://t.co/ftLaWCEhZ7— Uber (@Uber) October 4, 2018
Uber will even offer a "get to the polls button" to help voters quickly find their polling place.