‘Drink Bold, Vote Boldly’ effort provides free coffee for voters

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The offer is being extended in Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, Gainesville and Savannah.

The law firm Farah & Farah is teaming up with coffee shops throughout Florida to give a thanks to voters on Election Day.

People who bring in their “I Voted” sticker to a participating coffee shop can receive a free coffee up to $5. People who early voted or voted by mail and can show proof they voted can also get the free coffee Tuesday.

“As Americans, participating in voting is our fundamental right and duty,” firm founding partner Eddie Farah said in a statement.

“We’re a firm with a deep and long-standing commitment to civic engagement, and we hope by giving away free coffee through our Vote Boldly program, we’re able to boost voter turnout, which is historically low for midterm elections. Whether you vote red or blue, we want everyone’s voice to be heard!”

Farah & Farah started Vote Boldly in 2020, and it’s grown to now quadruple the number of participating coffee shops, which are located in Jacksonville, Orlando, Tampa, Gainesville, and, this time, Savannah, Georgia.

In Jacksonville, people can get their brew at Southern Roots Filling Station, the Ink Factory Coffee Shop, Ground Level Coffee, and both the Riverside and Jacksonville Beach locations of Bold Bean Coffee Roasters.

Voters in Orlando who’d like a free cup of coffee can get one at Bynx Coffee and both the North Quarter and Health Village locations of Downtown CREDO. In Tampa, people can go to any one of Buddy Brew’s locations at Armature Works, Bay to Bay Boulevard, Hyde Park, Kennedy, Oxford Exchange or Park Tower. Blind Tiger in Tampa is also participating, at its locations in Ybor and West Chase.

Free coffee in Gainesville will be at Wyatt’s Coffee, Coffee Culture and both the Innovation and Airstream locations of Opus. Georgia voters in Savannah who want to get in on the deal can do so at Henry Penny Cafe, Franklin’s and Mirabelle Savannah.

Wes Wolfe

Wes Wolfe is a reporter who's worked for newspapers across the South, winning press association awards for his work in Georgia and the Carolinas. He lives in Jacksonville and previously covered state politics, environmental issues and courts for the News-Leader in Fernandina Beach. You can reach Wes at [email protected] and @WesWolfeFP. Facebook: facebook.com/wes.wolfe


3 comments

  • marylou

    November 7, 2022 at 11:27 am

    Voters need that coffee Tuesday *before* they vote! WAKE UP MAGAs!!!

    Desantis has ads telling voters that God created Ron on the 8th Day because God needed a protector to keep America free. Last week, NYT reported that Desantis’ students revealed his inappropriate behavior as a teacher— in and out of the classroom. Google it MAGAs.

    DELUSIONAL. DANGEROUS.
    VOTE OUT DESANTIS.

    • Pat Milford

      November 7, 2022 at 2:53 pm

      WHO CARES LEGALIZE GANJA YOU SAD SACKS!

      WHO CARES!!!!

  • Pat Milford

    November 7, 2022 at 2:52 pm

    TOM IF YOU ARE READING THIS , I WILL FIND YOU.

    YA TOM WHO THINKS HES FUNNY TALKING ABOUT CHEECH AND CHONG AS IF THAT HAS ANYTHING TO DO WITH CANNABIS. TOM WHO HAS NOTHING TO SAY BUT “HUHUHUH HIT YOUR BONG YOU LOSER STONER”

    GUESS WHAT TOM WE ALL ARE MORE SUCCESSFUL AND HAPPY THAN YOU EVER WILL BE CRYING ON FLORIDAPOLITICS.COM , AND THATS WHY YOUR SO MAD! YOU SAD SAD MAN , FK OFF TOM. I HOPE YOU SEE THIS

    CANNABIS IS THE LIFE GIVING PLANT, GO DRINK YOUR SCOTCH AND POP YOUR XANAX YOUR EMPTY SHELL OF A PERSON.

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