Voters can receive free or discounted rides to the polls for the midterm elections, ensuring everyone's vote counts. Voters fill out their ballots at a polling place during early voting in California's 25th Congressional district on Nov. 4, 2018 in Lancaster, California. Getty Images/Mario Tama

Getting to the polls for the midterm elections just got a little easier. Several companies are offering free or discounted rides to the polls, making sure that your vote will count on Tuesday.

Ridesharing company Uber is doing its part to help voters show up at the polls by offering discounted rides with a promo code. Uber rides are $10 one-way with the promotional code VOTE2018 when selecting the most affordable mode of transportation available from the company. This includes Express Pool, Pool, and Uber X, respectively.

Riders must also use the Uber app’s polling place locator to ensure delivery at the right polling location. Uber is working with #VoteTogether, and Democracy Works to provide voters rides.

Competitor Lyft is featuring a 50 percent discount on rides to the polls using a variety of promo codes. Promo codes can be accessed here by entering your zip code. Riders will need to download the Lyft app and enter the discount code for a reduced ridesharing rate.

Lyft is also offering free rides to voters through Voto Latino, local Urban League affiliates, the National Federation of the Blind, Faith in Action, League of Women Voters, and the Student Vets of America. The company has also partnered with Vote.org, Nonprofit Vote, and TurboVote to promote a high turnout at the polls.

Lyft has also made arrangements for its bike-share business Motivate to provide free rides to the polls withal its bike-share operations. This includes Citi Bike in New York City, New York; Divvy in Chicago, Illinois; Ford GoBike in San Francisco, California; Bluebikes in Boston, Massachusetts; Capital Bikeshare in Washington, D.C.; Nice Ride in Minneapolis, Minnesota; Biketown in Portland, Oregon, and CoGo in Columbus, Ohio.

If you are looking to get to the polls another way, you can take advantage of the offer provided by Lime, a bike- and scooter-share company. Lime will give voters a free 30-minute ride tomorrow using the promo code LIME2VOTE18. This code will unlock the company’s collection of bikes and scooters, providing you a free mode of transportation to get to your local polling place. Lime is available in more than 100 cities throughout the U.S.

Another company offering discounted rides to the polls is Skip, an e-scooter company. Riders will receive a $5 credit when they rent a scooter from the company on Tuesday. Skip has operations in San Francisco, Washington, DC, and Portland.

Promo codes for Skip are available on Twitter and Instagram. Voters will need to share a photo with their “I Voted” sticker on their social media sites and tag @SkipScooters while including the hashtag #SkiptothePolls. A promo code will them be direct messaged to your social media account.

Even local transit systems are offering free rides tomorrow for voters. According to USA Today, The Los Angeles Metro, COMET in Columbia, South Carolina, Houston Metro, Greensboro North Carolina Transit Authority are some of the public transit systems offering free rides on election day.