More than 100 College of Charleston students spent part of their lunch hour grabbing a slice of pizza and registering to vote.

Saturday, Oct. 6 is the deadline for all eligible voters to register if they want cast a ballot on Nov. 6

It’s unlikely many will be greeted with the freebies and fanfare that met the students today on the brick path in front of Physicians Auditorium. The school ordered 100 pizzas to lure in would-be voters, said Amanda Ruth-McSwain, director of the college’s Bully Pulpit series.

“While the pizza line was very long 45 minutes ago, so was the registration line,” she said. “It wasn’t just the pizza.”

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