Some people are upset they didn’t get an ‘I Voted’ sticker

"I voted" stickers, given to those who vote in Centreville, Virginia. Paul J. Richards / AFP

It’s a favored tradition for people who practice their civic duty and participate in a presidential election: Pick up a coveted “I Voted” sticker when leaving a polling station, and then share a picture of it on social media for all to see.

But for many Tuesday, the excitement of getting one of the small oval stickers bearing an American flag never came.

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