A car wash in Wisconsin drew voters for Election Day 2014 who also came for a wash. Magic Car Wash in Middletown, Wisconsin, has been running its “vote and wash” campaign for the last six years since the presidential elections in 2008, reported WKOW.
Magic Car Wash’s owner, Dan Foor, says the event has been a fun way for locals to get their cars washed while casting their votes.
“We get a lot of people pulling in with their kids to check it out. You know it’s a good local thing and since Magic Wash has never been wrong it’s a good forecast, a good polling place, and a clean car,” said Owner Dan Foor.
WKOW reports this is the third time customers have voted in a gubernatorial election, and clearly the event is popular. It remains unclear, however, whether Magic Car Wash has somehow managed to get itself listed as an official polling station or if the votes were just a straw poll, for fun. If we find out, we’ll post an update.