The “I Voted” sticker is the nationwide symbol of Election Day. But what your sticker looks like depends on where you live.
Some jurisdictions have the simple, iconic white oval with an American flag and the text “I Voted.” But others get fancier. There are round stickers and diamond-shaped stickers and, in Memphis, stickers the shape of Tennessee. Some stickers in Georgia have a peach; in New Orleans, a bright blue corgi. They’re written in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese, and the Alaska Native language of Yupik.
We asked readers to show us their stickers from Election Day. The responses poured in from red states, blue states, and swing states, some with messages from voters about what this election meant to them, painting a picture of voting across America.
Here they are, the United States of “I Voted” stickers. (We don’t have every state yet! If you don’t see your state or sticker listed, it’s not too late to tweet @voxdotcom.)