The non-partisan organization has volunteer likes Laura Vuchetich ready to pick people up all over Milwaukee County. She even has her 20-year-old son volunteering with her.
"We just want to make sure people who want to vote, get to vote," said Vuchetich
Ryan Clancy owns the south side business Bounce Milwaukee. He is using his electric delivery vehicles to give free rides.
You can tweet @BounceMilwaukee or call 414-795-7667 for a ride. He has already been giving them to early voters.
"We have picked people up from work and brought them home. We brought two gentlemen to vote and then to a bar to celebrate. And we don't judge where you are going afterwards," said Clancy.
One organization wants you to party to the poll. Milwaukee musician Ray Nitti is part of Project Louder. It is using a party bus to pick up people on the city's north side possibly even some first-time voters.
"Younger people typically participated in the voting process so we wanted to encourage young people to be a part of the process," said Nitti.
The party bus will focus on the Harambee neighborhood from 7 a.m. until noon. People can stand on the sidewalk and flag it down as it drives through or meet at The Vibe at Riverworks City Center, 518 E. Concordia.
The party bus will focus on the Amani neighborhood from 1 to 5 p.m. People can stand on the sidewalk and flag it down as it drives through or meet at Moody Park Pavilion, 2200 W Burleigh Street.
The bus will feature local entertainers and be a roving party of sorts. Party bus hosts include Black Legend, Cincere, Martin2Cool, Myron Jewel, Steph Crosly, Ray Nitti, Will Mathis and more.
Ride-sharing apps like Uber and Lyft will also be offering free and discounted rides to the polls.
Lyft is providing 50 percent off rides across the country. Visit BuzzFeed to access your promo code.
Uber is offering $10 off a single ride. Enter the promotional code VOTE2018 in your app to get the deal.