Cuomo launches "I Voted" sticker competition to commemorate women's suffrage anniversary
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of women's suffrage in New York, Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Monday launched a competition for a new design of the "I Voted" stickers, which are usually distributed on Election Day.
The sticker that garners the most votes will be given out at polling places across the state on Nov. 7, which is the day after the anniversary. Those in New York who vote on that day will receive the special "I Voted" sticker.
Women in New York gained the right to vote in 1917 — three years before women across the country could. The seeds for the women's suffrage movement were planted in Seneca Falls, now home to the National Women's Hall of Fame.
You can vote for your favorite sticker by clicking here.