The next time you cast a ballot in D.C., you’ll have Frederick Douglass help you show off the fact that you did your civic duty. The D.C. Board of Elections created a customized “I Voted” sticker for the 2020 election cycle, joining numerous other jurisdictions across the region and country that are creatively redesigning the classic and time-honored civic token that’s handed out after voters cast their ballots. D.C.’s new sticker features an image of Douglass, a prominent abolitionist who fought for the right of black Americans and women to vote in the mid-1800s. Martin Austermuhle, WAMU.
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