Elections Government

‘I Voted’ Stickers Coming To Bucks County Polling Places


Credit: Dwight Burdette

Credit: Dwight Burdette

Bucks County’s drought of “I Voted” stickers is about to end.

According to Bucks County Commissioner Charley Martin, the stickers will be coming to local polling places during future elections. The news came earlier this week after the county Board of Elections provisional ballot meeting following the November General Election.

“The only change we’re going to make for next year is we’re going to get ‘I Voted’ stickers,” Martin said, adding voters were asking for them on Election Day.

The stickers have gained prominence in recent years and social media years often share selfies with their stickers after casting their ballots.  Some businesses, including Starbucks and Krispy Kreme, offered customers deals or freebies if they came in and presented an “I Voted” sticker.

Martin commended the Board of Elections on how smoothly the election went in Bucks County and said 300,000 residents voted. Commissioner Diane Ellis-Marseglia and Chairman Robert Loughery also thanked the Board of Elections for their work.


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Tom Sofield

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Tom Sofield has covered news in Bucks County for five years for both newspaper and online publications. In 2012, Tom was honored at the Pennsylvania Newspaper Association Foundation's Keystone Press Awards for his coverage of President Obama's visit to Falls Township in 2011. When he's not covering news in the area, Tom enjoys checking out the newest restaurants and bars, exploring forgotten places of industry in the area, going to local parks and spending time with his friends and family. If there's one thing you should know about Tom, he is a local news junkie through and through. Email: tom@newtownpanow.com Phone: 215-431-1001