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A couple shows off their "I Voted" sticker as they leave Wasatch Elementary school after casting their ballot in the presidential election on November 8, 2016 in Provo, Utah.  George Frey—Getty Images

Polling Places Ran Out of ‘I Voted’ Stickers So People Made Their Own

Nov 08, 2016

Several polling sites ran out of 'I Voted' stickers—an Election Day accessory voters look forward to sticking on after hitting the booths—hours before polls closed on Tuesday, prompting many people to create their own.

Others got creative by making their own stickers because they voted via absentee ballots. Check out their homemade stickers below.

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As of 5:45 PM ET the first polls are starting to close in the U.S.

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