SEATTLE On Election Day this year, a person’s vote can also be a ticket to a variety of freebies at restaurants, from coffee to chicken tenders. Starbucks Coffee said it would give away a free tall cup of brewed coffee on Tuesday to any customer who voted. The offer will be good all day at participating stores, and no voting proof is required."In the best tradition of democracy, we’re using the honor system," a Starbucks spokeswoman said.Krispy Kreme has created a special doughnut ...
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