I voted stickers and i voted today are proudly worn after a person executes their right to vote.
The I voted sticker is more than just a custom sticker, it’s a sign of symbolism, saying that we are free as Americans to elect any person or government official that we think is best for office.
Voting History in America
Eligibility to vote in the United States is established both through the United States Constitution and by state law. Several constitutional amendments like the 15th, 19th, and 26th amendments require that voting rights cannot be abridged on account of race, color, previous condition of servitude, sex, or age for those above 18; the constitution as originally written did not establish any such rights during 1787–1870.
The Voting Rights Act of 1965 was one of the more recent laws to make equality for voting.
In the absence of a specific federal law or constitutional provision, each state is given considerable discretion to establish qualifications for suffrage and candidacy within its own respective jurisdiction; in addition, states and lower level jurisdictions establish election systems, such as at-large or single member district elections for county councils or school boards.
In many states, the only qualifications to vote are that you must have a valid drivers license, no criminal history (no convicted felonies) and be 18+ or older.
You can vote in U.S. elections if you:
- Are a U.S. citizen.
- Meet your state's residency requirements.
- Are 18 years old on or before Election Day.
- Are registered to vote by your state's voter registration deadline.
- Are not convicted of felonies.
How to Get I Voted Stickers?
Your cities, counties and states should be offering a free I Voted Sticker every time you vote at the ballot box or vote by mail. Ask your Election Officials for your I Voted Sticker after you vote.
If you are an election official you can purchase I voted stickers online from Bay Tech Label Company. We have many options of I Voted stickers, including Election Official stickers that you can print or write on. Send your voters their absentee I Voted sticker or our military members that are oversees their I Voted by mail stickers so they can show their support of our elections.
Samples Of I Voted Stickers Your County/State offer are:
- I Voted by Mail
- I Made Freedom Count
- First Time Vote
- I Registered to Vote
- I Voted Today
- Proud To Vote
There are many options available to get your vote counted, once you do, wear your I Voted Sticker and show your pride!