Mahomes' charity split $100K cost with Chiefs to host voters at Arrowhead
The NFL's half-billion dollar man has no problem picking up the tab.
Super Bowl-winning quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs split the $100,000 cost to make Arrowhead Stadium a polling location on Election Day. The cost was taken care of by the Chiefs and Mahomes' charitable foundation, according to FOX4 Kansas City.
Mahomes spoke about the move with Jim Trotter and Steve Wyche of NFL Network.
"I thought it was very important, not only to get as many people out to vote as possible, but also to use a place (such) as Arrowhead where we have a lot of fun, show a lot of love and unity, where people are coming together, and use it as a place where we can come together to vote and use our voice," he said.