#RUNTOTHEPOLLS This Election Day With Betches And New Balance Betches
Need a ride to the polls this Election Day? Don’t worry, we gotchu. We want to make sure there’s nothing standing in the way of you getting to the polls, and then rewarding yourself after a long day of exercising your civic duty. That’s why The Betches Sup has paired up with New Balance and Rock The Vote to make getting to the polls easier than ever. On Election Day (Nov. 6th, ya’ll) we’re teaming up with New Balance to provide our very own midterm party bus that will pick up and drop off at several key polling sites in NYC, as well as some of our fav NYC hotspots.
Wanna meet up with us? Of course you f*cking do. But first, check your registration and find out exactly wtf is going to be on your ballot. Then, check out our bus schedule and get ready to meet us on Election Day. Memorize it. Text it to yourself. Make it your phone background. Do you.
What If My Polling Place Is Not On Your List?
You can still get on the bus! Hop on at any stop and enjoy a free Election Day ride. We’ll be playing fun games, doing some American themed trivia, and taking amaaaaazing “I Voted” Instas. As long as you’re voting on Election Day, you can totally sit with us.
What If I’m Not In NYC?
You can still get in on the fun by sharing your own Election Day pics using #RUNTOTHEPOLLS. We want to see those ballot selfies!
Where Can I Get More Info About Voting?
So glad you asked! Check out The Betches Sup’s 2018 Midterm Voter Guide for state-specific info on same day registration, early voting, absentee ballots, provisional ballots, and anything else you might need to know to be ready for Election Day.
See you on November 6th, beyotch
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