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New stickers honoring veterans available to Alabama voters


MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — “I voted” stickers honoring veterans will be available for the first time to voters who cast ballots in the general election next month. 

The stickers feature an outline of the state with an Alabama state flag and the words “I vote in honor of a veteran." They'll will be available to those who vote in-person on Election Day on Nov. 3.

Voters can receive a lapel pin and bumper sticker if they submit a testimonial about the veteran they are honoring at

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