How much do Americans love those little voting stickers?
When voting officials in Dallas County, Texas, didn’t have enough stickers in the first couple of days of early voting, voters complained, loudly, on social media.
“When you think about it, we have never been so obsessed with stickers since elementary school,” voter Timothy Bardlavens, 27, told The Dallas Morning News.
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The flood of photos of “I Voted” stickers is underway on this Election Day.
Voters have left no part of the face uncovered …
Or other parts of the body for that matter.
Wait, what? Wristbands?
Wait, what? Bilingual? Trilingual?
Gotta get the kids in the picture, too.
You saw this coming, right? Dogs wearing voting stickers. Yay, dogs!
But stickers on computers and bikes?
Celebrities love stickers, too. Winner of most-creative-use-of-a-sticker: Singer Alanis Morissette wore her early-voting badge while breastfeeding her 4-month-old daughter, Onyx.
In past elections, voters in Rochester, N.Y., have plastered the headstone of iconic suffragette Susan B. Anthony with “I Voted” stickers. Today, when the first woman could become president, cemetery hours have been extended and security is on hand.
Hey, did you hear you get free stuff with those stickers today?
A sticker that gets our vote, courtesy of Jimmy Fallon.