Tuesday’s election is poised to be one of the most active midterms in history. To help facilitate travel to polling centers, rideshare giants, Uber and Lyft, are offering discount codes.

Uber is offering $10 off on a single ride to polling centers on Tuesday via the most affordable Uber option available in a user’s city (Express POOL, POOL, or UberX, in that order). According to the company’s announcement, it has already sent out promo codes enabling over 15,000 potential voters to freely travel via partnerships with #VoteTogether and Democracy Works.

Similarly, Lyft has partnered with BuzzFeed to provide a 50% discount on all rides to polling centers on Tuesday. Users simply need to visit the Lyft/Buzzfeed announcement to receive their code.

“In the 2016 election, over 15 million people were registered but didn’t vote due to lack of transportation. This year, we’re giving you the tools so you don’t ghost the polls,” states Lyft.

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