CORRECTION: The link to the toolkit has been updated below.
Pierce County Elections is thrilled to announce the return of the iconic “I Voted” sticker. After a hiatus since 2016, we are reintroducing this cherished tradition to encourage civic engagement and celebrate the fundamental right to vote.
“I miss the 'I Voted' sticker,” said Pierce County Auditor Linda Farmer. “And, judging from the number of voters who contact us every year, they miss it too. We’re bringing it back as a way to encourage civic pride and participation. We hope people wear it – or display it—with pride.”
The sticker was designed in-house featuring Mt. Rainier on a backdrop of deep blue with red and white lettering. You will see different designs in the future.
Voters are encouraged to take a selfie with their “I Voted” sticker after they drop off their ballot and tag the Pierce County Auditor’s Office on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter (X). To raise visibility, use hashtag #piercecountyvotes.
Every registered voter will receive the sticker with their ballot packet for the Nov. 7 General Election. Ballots will be mailed on Oct. 20.
Pierce County Elections is asking local governments, civic advocacy groups, the media and anyone interested in raising voter participation rates and civic pride to share the news about the sticker. We have created this toolkit for that purpose.
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Linda Farmer, Pierce County Auditor