We have a winner.
The design of the “I Voted” sticker that will be distributed at polling places on Election Day has been selected after an online vote in late September. The winning design features Rosalie Jones, a New York suffragist who led a 150-mile-long hike from New York City to Albany in December 1912.
Governor Andrew Cuomo and Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul, who chairs the state Women’s Suffrage Commission, launched the online contest to allow New Yorkers to choose their preferred design. There were more than 18,000 votes cast in the contest.
The stickers will be provided to the county boards of election in each of New York’s 62 counties. The boards can then distribute the stickers to voters at polling places on Election Day November 7th.