Are “I Voted” stickers bad for the planet?
Counterpoint, however, from Kentucky via the Courier-Journal:
About 20 years ago, the Jefferson County Board of Elections decided to ban the stickers from polling sites after they ended up on property and not on the voters themselves, said spokesman Nore Ghibaudy. The board ended up having to send representatives to churches, schools, and fire stations, which volunteered their sites as temporary polling locations, to clean up the messes.
Still no, though.