Not Ready to Pick your Candidate? Pick your Sticker!
Summit County Board of Elections is giving the voter a chance to decide what your "I Voted Today" sticker will look like.
Vote early, vote often.
While not an ethical practice for general elections, Secretary of State Jon Husted is inviting everyone (not just registered voters older than 18) to vote for the new "I Voted Today" sticker as many times as they would like. Interested parties can choose between six different designs, and the winning sticker will be given to voters after placing their ballots.
Those who vote for the sticker can then endorse their choice on Facebook and Twitter to help garner further votes.
As of this posting, the "I [State of Ohio] Voting" sticker is in the lead with 33.5 percent of the vote. Trailing just slightly is the red and blue "I Voted Today" sticker with 32.3 percent.
For more information and to vote for your sticker of choice, click here.