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If there’s any downside to voting by mail, it’s the absence of the perennial favorite “I Voted” sticker. Especially during an election that is already seeing record turnout, donning that red-white-and-blue badge of honor is a surefire way to rack up the likes and prove that you’ve performed your civic duty.
While you can still vote in person—and get the sought-after sticker—in Colorado, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic coupled with how easy it is to cast a ballot by mail makes it undesirable and, to be honest, kind of unnecessary (RIP in-person voting).
But we want you to be able to share that you’ve voted with pride! So, we asked Associate Art Director Sean Parsons to create a virtual “I Voted” sticker that you can share far and wide. It’s the least we can do.
One more thing: Before you fill out your ballot, check out 5280‘s guide to the 2020 election so you can vote with confidence.