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This New Texas Service Offers Free Rides To And From The Polls To Help More People Vote

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It’s 9 a.m. on Halloween as Maryanne Walter opens her front door in Plano. She’s about to leave for work and called Rideshare2Vote for her 22-year-old daughter, Kelley Reinlein. “Kelley is a registered voter and this is not her first time to vote, so she should have no problem. This is her first time to vote independently , so rideshare is a very important part.”