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These Are the L.A. Taqueros Offering Free Tacos and More on Election Day

8:42 AM PST on November 2, 2020

    [dropcap size=big]T[/dropcap]here are many good reasons to vote in this year’s presidential election:

    For the restoration of our democracy.

    For a decisive death to the tyrannical reign of a bootlegged despot.

    And of course, for the tacos.

    That’s right. A handful of our city’s finer taco shops are offering you deals and freebies when you vote this week and drop by with a sticker that proves it.

    And since it’s our civic duty as North Americans who aren’t Canadians to vote tell you about tacos, we rounded up all the deals we could find for gratis tacos, discounts, and bonus items in L.A. on Election Day.

    We’ve got deals from such venerable names in L.A. Taco-hood as Evil Cooks, La Monarca Bakery, Sara’s Market, and El Barrio Neighborhood Tacos.

    Keep tuned to the story, too, as we plan to add more as we hear about them.

    Until then, we bring you liberty, justice, and tacos for all.

    El Coraloense: 2 tacos for $5 all-day.

    Evil Cooks: One free taco on the Friday after Election Day, with an “I Voted” sticker

    El Compita: Free birria taco on Election Day for anyone with an “I Voted” sticker

    El Barrio Neighborhood Tacos: 10% off for anyone coming in with an “I Voted sticker”

    Gracias Señor Taqueria: A free order of tacos with an "I Voted" sticker.

    Ixtaco Taqueria: Free taco with any purchase with an “I Voted” sticker.

    La Monarca Bakery: 10% discount on all online orders with the code: GOVOTE

    Pablito’s Tacos: Free taco with a voting sticker.

    Perro 110: One taco with one drink for $5 on Election Day with a voting sticker.

    Sara’s Market: Show your “Vote” sticker and you’ll get a free two-pack of 16oz. mystery beer, while supplies last. And if you’re over 21, of course.

    Tacos by Dres: For everyone who places an online order on Election Day and writes “I Voted” in their notes will receive one free “Churros & Chocolate” dessert with the order.

    Tacos y Birria La Unica: One free taco for anyone with an “I Voted” sticker on the day after the Election. They’re closed Tuesday.

    Tacos Tu Madre: All locations will serve $1 red velvet churros with your “I Voted” sticker.

    Toma Micheladas: With the purchase of a 20oz. michelada, you’ll get the second one free when using the code IVOTED! when ordering.

    Trejo’s Coffee and Donuts: Selling red, white, and blue “Vote” doughnuts on Election Day. $15 for a dozen.

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