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‘I Voted’ Stickers Mark American Election Day

As Americans were leave their polling stations Tuesday, many donned “I voted” stickers to show others they cast their ballot. Many businesses offered free food, drinks or services to people who were wearing their stickers, but how the custom was born remains a mystery. According to Time magazine, the stickers likely became popular in the 1980s, citing a 1982 article in the Miami Herald newspaper as the first time the stickers were mentioned in the press. Election supply vendor...

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