Since I first published this list last week, a whole new crop of restaurants have announced plans to offer free and discounted food to local voters today.
Once you finish at the polls today, just slap on your “I voted” sticker and cruise around town collecting free snacks and beverages.
Following is the updated list of local restaurants offering election-related deals and freebies.
Tanya’s Soup Kitchen, 1725 E. Douglas: People with “I voted” stickers will get 15 percent off their final bills, not including alcohol.
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Twisted Java, 2615 W. 13th St.: People with “I voted” stickers will get a 12-ounce daily brew on Tuesday only.
Krispy Kreme, 7777 E. Central: The doughnut chain is giving one free doughnut to anyone on Tuesday in honor of Election Day. No proof of voting is required.
Fetch Bistro, 7718 E. 37th St. North: This new restaurant is offering a free cup of coffee on Tuesday for people wearing “I voted” stickers.
Wings & Things, 2624 E 21st St. and 2800 E. Central: Show your "I voted" sticker for 50-cent wings on Tuesday.
Lolo’s Crepes: This food truck will be parked outside Reverie Coffee Roasters at 2611 E. Douglas from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, and people with “I voted” stickers will get $1 off their meals.
Jersey's Grill & Bar, 3213 N. Toben St.: Get 10 percent off your meal with an "I voted" sticker.
Chuck E. Cheese's, 3223 N. Rock Road: The chain's Election Day special offers a free personal-sized pepperoni pizza with the purchase of any pizza.
Churn & Burn, 548 S. Oliver: An “I voted” sticker gets visitors a free small coffee on Tuesday.
W.O.W. Cakes, 2428 W 13th St.: Those with “I voted” stickers can get a free patriotic cupcake.
Godfather’s Pizza, 4840 S. Broadway: Let the staff know you voted, and you’ll get free monkey bread with any pizza purchase. The deal excludes the buffet.
Artistic Cakes, 8985 W Central: Anyone who brings an “I voted” sticker to this bakery between now and Election Day will get a free cookie.
Reverie Coffee Roasters, 2611 E. Douglas: On Election Day only, people with “I voted” stickers can get a 12-ounce Pope’s Choice Batch Brew for $1. The deal is good from 7:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday. The shop also will have a special Reverie Snapchat filter on Election Day.
Byblos Restaurant, 3088 W. 13th St.: People who bring in “I voted” stickers can get a free drink with purchase of a meal.
Firehouse Subs: People who bring “I voted” stickers to one of Wichita’s four Firehouse Sub locations on Tuesday will get a free medium drink. No purchase is necessary.
In other restaurant-related election news
Bob and Luigi’s, 4559 N. Woodlawn, is closing for Tuesday only so its employees can vote.
Felipe’s at 21st and Woodlawn is serving red, white and blue election-themed margaritas today.
Rain at 518 E. Douglas is having an election night watch party starting at 7 p.m. and will be offering $1 bourbon wells and food service until 9 p.m.
LaMar’s doughnut vote: The votes are in for the LaMar’s Donut poll, which was conducted nationwide as well as in Wichita’s stores. Doughnut eaters voted for the past four weeks by purchasing either a donkey-shaped “Fillary Clinton” doughnut or an elephant-shaped “Donut J. Trump” doughnut. Though Donald Trump was leading at last count with Kansas diners, Hillary Clinton won the doughnut election nationwide by 7 percentage points, according to a news release from the company.