No “I Voted” stickers at your polling station? Print your own here.

No “I Voted” Stickers at Your Polling Station? Print Your Own.

Brow Beat
Slate's Culture Blog
Nov. 6 2012 12:37 PM

No “I Voted” Sticker? Print Your Own.

As all Americans know, the only real reason to vote is for an “I Voted” sticker. Which is why we’ve been horrified at reports of polling stations whose sticker rolls have run empty—or, worse, who never had any stickers at all.

To fight this shortage, we’ve designed the print-your-own stickers below. Print them out at home, or at work. (We also designed a version with extra serifs, for Romney voters.) Just don’t forget to wear them proudly, as our forefathers intended.

Click for a printable PDF

Holly Allen is a Web designer at Slate. She lives in Atlanta.

Forrest Wickman is a Slate senior editor. He writes and edits for Slate’s culture blog, Brow Beat.

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