Ride To The Polls With Uber

Voting on election day is a big decision. We want you to think about what’s important to you – not how you’re going to get to and from the polls.

That’s why we’re offering new Uber users rides to and from the polls for free up to $15 each way on October 19th across the Canadian cities we operate in.*

Check out the Voter Information Service for details about your electoral district, including where polling places are located.


HOW TO GET RIDING

  • New to Uber? Sign up here using the code CanadaVOTES
  • Download the app (iOS, Android or Windows Phone)
  • Sign in to your account
  • Request a ride and you’ll be on the way to the polls

SPREAD THE WORD

Help spread the word so more Canadians can have their voices heard on Election Day!

*First-time riders only. Two rides up to $15 each. Valid only on 10/19/2015.

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