Pizza to the Polls, the nonpartisan, 501(c)(3) nonprofit initiative that delivers snacks to people engaging in civic participation, is back once again with its signature food trucks to deliver pizza along with snacks and drinks ahead of the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks game at 10am on Saturday, November 5th to serve as an early voting site, ahead of the midterm elections.

Pizza to the Polls food trucks will be at MILWAUKEE STADIUM for Early Voting at Fiserv Forum, home of the Milwaukee Bucks, at 10am

PIZZA TO THE POLLS FOOD TRUCK, plus reporter ride-along  with interview. Highly visual photo and video/b-roll moments will be available at Fiserv Forum.

In Milwaukee, Pizza to the Polls is partnering with the NBA’s Milwaukee Bucks ahead of their game that evening to feed people at the Fiserv Forum to celebrate its last day, Saturday, November 5, serving as an early voting site for the midterm elections. The Pizza to the Polls truck will be on the east side of Fiserv in Deer District, off Herb Kohl Way starting at 10:00am.

“We’re excited to partner with Pizza to the Polls to bring an innovative civic engagement initiative to Milwaukee,” said Arvind Gopalratnam, Milwaukee Bucks Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility. “On November 5th, Pizza to the Polls will have its food truck in Deer District, offering free snacks to everyone who stops by. Supporting voter engagement is a paramount initiative for us, and working with likeminded and dedicated partners like Pizza to the Polls allows us to further our reach and engagement.”

 “After the 2020 election saw some of the longest lines at polling places in the past several elections  – from New York and Texas to Georgia and Ohio – voters are proactively preparing and making plans to cast their ballots as the 2022 midterms quickly approach,” says Amirah Noaman, Pizza to the Polls Executive Director. “With so many individuals becoming more politically involved and looking forward to voting this year, it is critical that they are supported with a functioning civic engagement ecosystem. Feeding people and providing water keeps people in line to vote and keeps elections running smoothly, in addition to helping to bring more joy and celebration to this election day.”

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