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The sparse and iconic Minnesota sticker design is codified in law: “The secretary of state, county auditor, municipal clerk, or school district clerk may provide stickers which contain the words ‘I VOTED,’ and nothing more.” (Photo: Instagram/thefilmhore)

'I Voted' Stickers: Accessory du Jour for Election 2016

Beth Greenfield
Senior Writer
Yahoo Style

While plenty of voters shunned the pantsuit on Tuesday, “I Voted” stickers were embraced across the nation as the bipartisan accessory of choice. The little round bragging badges were ubiquitous in the streets and across social media — varied in color and style by state and sometimes city, but unifying in one aspect: the feeling of pride behind them. If you haven’t earned yours yet, please, go do it!

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