Waiting in line to vote today? Feeling hungry?

Pizza to the Polls is sending pizzas to voters waiting in long lines to vote. Here's how it works: the nonprofit collects reports of long polling lines, then uses an app called Slice to find a pizza joint nearby. Then the pizza gets delivered to anyone at the polling place: voters, volunteers and staff and anyone who's hungry.

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|  Pizza            |
|   FOR             |
|   Meadowthorpe, Lexington, KY 40511, USA
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/   づ

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— Pizza to the Polls (@PizzaToThePolls)November 6, 2018

The pizza is totally free due to donations Pizza to the Polls receives. The organization said it uses any money left over to "feed hungry Americans" and saves money for "future hungry voters."

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