Voting

This Company Is Reimagining The ‘I Voted’ Sticker

Apply 2020 supports getting more people to the polls.

For the first time since summer camp, there's reason to get excited about a sticker collection — and this one comes with an important message. Voting stickers just got a fashionable update, thanks to Apply, a company making stickers fetch again.

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Instead of waiting until you vote to get a sticker, you can order a variety of colorful stickers to wear leading up to the election, to encourage others to hit the polls before it's too late.

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There are three different voting sticker themes to pick from. Red, White, Blue was hand-drawn by illustrator Chloe Scheffe. These stickers are a nod to retro voting pins, with coin-like designs that feature slogans like "Use Your Vote" and "Yes, I Voted, Finish the Fight!"

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Designed by animator Zipeng Zhu (ZZ), the You Matter sticker pack speaks to voting for specific causes. "Vote for Immigrants," for example, encourages people to vote for those who can't.

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The third sticker pack, Our Lady Liberty, was designed by the Apply creative team. This artsy pack has a pretty straightforward message stamped across a an iconic image of the lady herself: VOTE.

Each sticker set is $20 individually, or you can buy all three sets and save.

$48

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All profits from each $20 sticker pack will be donated to The Voter Participation Center, a nonprofit, nonpartisan organization that supports getting underrepresented communities to the polls.

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Polling centers don't give out "I voted" stickers just for fun — they know that the stickers can inspire others to vote, too. What's more, if you vote early, or vote via mail, you might not get a complimentary sticker at all.

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While these democracy stickers are definitely pretty enough to collect in a sticker book, they're most effective when worn. So stick them to your laptop, your jacket, your car bumper, or your face for a selfie and spread the word.

Are you ready for Election Day? Start by registering to vote and making a plan for Nov. 3.

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