To quote former congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis, "The vote is the most powerful nonviolent tool we have."
While the original "I Voted" sticker's origin is not totally known, we do know that it dates back to at least the 1980s. With more people than ever voting by mail and dropbox, this year we won't see the usual masses of "I Voted" stickers that get handed out at polling stations. Instead, here's a sticker to tell everyone that you're letting your voice get heard. And you can start wearing it as soon as you turn in your ballot.