Louisiana will once again have an “I Voted” sticker available for voters this fall. Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin unveiled the new stickers this morning.
He was joined by artist Tony Bernard to release the “In Love With Louisiana” which features a rendition of the state bird and seal.

“We’re thrilled with this year’s sticker, and even more excited to see pictures of voters across social media platforms on Election Day,” Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin said. “Voting is an integral part of democracy, and the stickers will be a visual representation of a vote cast.”

You will be able to get the “I Voted” stickers for both the Oct. 12 Gubernatorial Primary Election and the Nov. 16 Gubernatorial General Election as well as during early voting. Early voting for the Oct. 12 Gubernatorial Primary will be held Sept. 28 through Oct. 5 excluding Sunday, Sept. 29. Early voting for the Nov. 16 Gubernatorial General will be held Nov. 2-9 excluding Sunday, Nov. 3.

Bernard is a Louisiana Cajun artist who was born and raised in Lafayette. He began doodling at a young age. He's been commissioned to produce work for several local and regional festivals in addition to his work for the Mystick Krewe of Louisianians’ Washington, D.C. Mardi Gras festivities.