Uber and Lyft will provide free and discounted rides to polls for midterm elections

Uber and Lyft will provide free and discounted rides to polls for midterm elections
Both Uber and Lyft ride-share apps announced plans to offer free and discounted rides to the polls on Nov. 6. (Source: CNN)

(CNN) - Uber and Lyft are offering a unique service this election day.

The ride-share apps announced plans to offer free and discounted rides to the polls on Nov. 6.

Lyft made the announcement back in August.

While Uber released its statement last week.

Lyft is working with Vote.org and Turbo Vote to provide users with discounted rides.

As well as partnering with the nonpartisan, nonprofit group Vote Latino.

Uber is partnering with #VoteTogether and Democracy Works to provide similar options for riders.

Uber will also offer a “Get to the Polls Button” the day of to help voters quickly find their polling place.

Elections will be held nationwide on Tuesday, Nov. 6.