From the Seneca Falls Convention to passing the most comprehensive paid family leave policy in the nation, New York has long been a leader in advancing women’s equality.
This year, we mark the 100th anniversary of women’s suffrage in New York—granted three years before women could vote in the rest of the United States. To celebrate, we want your help in selecting the perfect “I Voted” sticker for Election Day 2017, commemorating the suffrage movement in our state.
Voters across New York will receive a special “I Voted” sticker to honor the women of New York’s suffrage movement and celebrate all that has been accomplished since.
I hope you’ll join me by checking out these great designs and helping us pick the sticker that millions of New Yorkers will wear proudly after casting their vote on November 7.