By Craig Hlavaty Updated 9:38 am CST, Tuesday, November 6, 2018 PHOTOS: Early voting in Houston Chances are if you go to the polls you will be leaving with a special "I Voted" sticker somewhere on your body. The mundane sticker was become a source of pride for many. >>>See how early voting went in Houston... less PHOTOS: Early voting in Houston Chances are if you go to the polls you will be leaving with a special "I Voted" sticker somewhere on your body. The mundane sticker was become a source of pride for many. ... more Photo: Joe Raedle/Getty Images People cast their vote on the first day of early voting at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center on West Gray Street Monday, Oct. 22, 2018, in Houston. People cast their vote on the first day of early voting at the Metropolitan Multi-Services Center on West Gray Street Monday, Oct. 22, 2018, in Houston. … [Read more...] about I Voted: Origin of the sticker proudly proclaiming you did your civic duty
It's time to put the rumors to rest: If you did not receive an "I Voted Today" sticker, your vote still matters. It will still be cast. Your voice will still be heard. But on a serious note, I absolutely did go looking for a sticker after I voted on Tuesday morning in the midterm election because wearing an "I Voted Today" sticker will help you get free things on Election Day and tells your peers that you are a civically-engaged, social justice warrior.But if you didn't get a sticker or want something more original, City Council released four Philly-inspired stickers on Tuesday morning. There's no shame in printing these out and taping them to your shirt if you actually did vote.Each one has a bit of Philly character — the Wawa logo, City Hall, water ice with a soft pretzel, and of course, Gritty. (I knew we wouldn't escape Election Day with at least one Gritty appearance.)City Council is also calling for some more suggestions, too. Maybe a cheesesteak sticker? Or a … [Read more...] about Didn’t get an ‘I Voted Today’ sticker at the polls? City Council made these Philly-inspired stickers
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As a San Antonio audience anxiously awaited for author and Democratic political operative Jennifer Palmieri to speak at an Annie’s List luncheon, the talk around the room was about getting out the vote. Early, they said. Text your contacts, they said. Follow-up, they said. Nudge them again, they said. Today is that day, starting at 8 a.m. I hope to see you there. Over the next two weeks in Bexar County, we’ll get 123 hours in all to have our say before Election Day Nov. 6. In addition to several federal, state and local races, some school districts are holding bond elections and the City of San Antonio has three charter amendments on the ballot. They’re all begging for your attention. Don’t wait. Drag a colleague with you. Offer to drive. Challenge friends and family members to cast their ballots and get together afterward. Over coffee, or over beer. Pledge to cook dinner for them after everyone has done their duty, or meet at a restaurant. Early voting will be … [Read more...] about On the first day of early voting, tag your friends, ‘I Voted’
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Reader Center Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by Readers who reached across party lines to ByLela Moore Aug. 28, 2018 In our polarized political times, voting across party lines — be it for an issue or a person — has become increasingly rare. After Senator John S. McCain, Republican of Arizona, died Saturday, dozens of readers, including many who identified as Democrats, wrote in our comments section that his efforts at bipartisanship occasionally inspired them to ignore party lines, too. [[Read Senator John McCain’s farewell statement .]] Several of his constituents from Arizona, as well as other Americans who voted for him during his 2000 and 2008 presidential runs, reflected on his legacy. Even Republicans who didn’t always Here is a lightly edited and condensed selection of those comments. … [Read more...] about ‘As a Democrat in Arizona, I Voted for McCain’