"I Voted!" Sticker in Suburban Cook County




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Published on Mar 24, 2015


Cook County Clerk David Orr unveiled a new "I Voted!" sticker for Suburban Cook County voters on March 24, 2105, just in time for the April 7, 2015 Consolidated Election. The red, white, and blue stickers say “I Voted!” in the center, with “in Cook County” repeated both vertically and horizontally above and beneath the middle area. “I Voted!” is also displayed in Chinese, Spanish, and Hindi, the three languages required by the federal Voting Rights Act. Reflecting the region’s diverse population, the stickers are now multilingual like the stickers of other large jurisdictions, including Los Angeles County, Baltimore, San Francisco and Washington, D.C. The Clerk’s Office last designed a new “I Voted!” sticker for suburban Cook County voters in 2002. (Official Clerk's Office Video Filmed and Edited by Cody Davis)

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