I voted and made a sticker

VOTE

For anyone in the United States: please go out and vote today.

  • If you’re still undecided on the Presidential race, check this nice (if imperfect) questionnaire from  ISideWith.com to see who you most agree with on some key issues.
  • Once you’ve become the Decider and know who you’re voting for, find your polling place using this tool from Google.
  • With the hours and location of your polling place, make sure you have time to go and vote; check here for your state’s laws on what your employer is legally obligated to allow — so you can’t use work as an excuse to not vote.
  • Go Vote.
  • If, like me, you did not receive a sticker proudly proclaiming to the world that you voted and reminding others to vote as well, feel free to use this simple sticker I put together (it’s sized like a business card, but I’m sure you can make it work with any label paper).
  • Finally, sit back and wait for the results to come in.
  • Drink your preferred beverage in commiseration or congratulations secure in the knowledge that you did what you could and voted your honest thoughts.
  • Tomorrow, regardless of who wins and who loses we need to find the ability to stand together for the betterment of the country, not for individual politics.

 

Happy Voting!

One Comment
  1. Or visit Slate for some round tongue-in-cheek downloadable stickers.

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