Mackenzie Schmidt
November 07, 2016 11:58 AM

You’ve got your office-adjacent coffee spot, lunch place and happy hour bar. But you’ll likely be forced to stray from your usuals when heading to your polling place on Tuesday.

Doing your civic duty first thing in the morning? You’re going to want a double shot to conquer that line. Keeping us in suspense until the evening hours? You’ll likely need something a little stronger to either toast your victory or drown your sorrows.

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Luckily, Foursquare had the foresight you didn’t, and created a map of places to eat, drink and drink near where you’re casting your vote. Simply enter your home address in the interactive map above, and it will let you know the exact location of your polling place and eateries of all sorts nearby.

“We at Foursquare are doing our part to help make fulfilling this civic responsibility easier by leveraging our data to help voters find their appointed polling stations in a fun and interactive way,” Foursquare editor-at-large Sarah Spagnolo said in a statement. 

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As a special treat for New Yorkers, the Manhattan-based tech company has also partnered with CBS to offer city-dwelling voters a free coffee on the morning of Election Day, when they download the CBS News app. See the list of participating stores.

So get out the vote! And then get in a bite.

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