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Ariana Grande Sent Food & Coffee To Kentucky Voters Waiting In Line

As Kentucky took to the polls on Tuesday for primary elections Ariana Grande sent a pick-me-up in the form of food and coffee trucks to voters who waited in long lines to cast in-person ballots.

With only one in-person voting location for Jefferson County, which includes Louisville and has a population of 600,000 people, about five percent of voters opted to vote in person instead of mailing in their ballot.

“Sent some food and coffee trucks for everyone waiting in line! please pull up, enjoy and use your voice today we need u,” Ariana tweeted just after 3:30 pm local time. The trucks arrived around 5 pm and were still serving people at 6 pm.

Just before 5 pm, Black Lives Matter posted a video to their Twitter of people standing in front of the “Latino food truck,” and thanked the singer for her support.

When voting in November would you rather mail in your vote or vote in person?

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