These ‘I voted’ sticker designs are winning in the polls

From state pride to iconic landmarks, stickers can say a lot about where you voted

"I Voted" stickers waiting to be handled out to U-M community members who vote at the satellite office.
"I Voted" stickers waiting to be handled out to U-M community members who vote at the satellite office. (Sarah M. Parlette / WDIV)

It may be our civic duty, but hey, we can still make it fun, right?

“I Voted” stickers are part of the tradition of being a good citizen. These stickers are often showcased as a badge of honor for taking the extra effort to have your voice heard during the election season.

Even during the pandemic, tens of thousands of “I Voted” stickers will be handed out. But not all stickers are the same.

We’ve rounded up some of the best designs for you to admire. Hopefully, it will encourage you to cast your ballot, so you can get your own sticker, too.


Louisiana Secretary of State

A local Louisiana artist submitted his design making the most renowned Election Day sticker. (Louisiana Secretary of State) (Copyright 2020 by WKMG ClickOrlando - All rights reserved.)

Though Louisiana won’t be handing out “I Voted” stickers at the polls this year, we can’t help but highlight its award-winning design.


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