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The 2020 election is less than two weeks away. In an ordinary presidential election year, you might be looking forward to showing off that “I Voted” sticker. This isn’t your typical voting season, though.
The ongoing coronavirus pandemic has shifted almost everything about our everyday lives, and that includes how we’re going to vote this November.
So this time around, you should remember to register to vote if you haven’t yet (the guidelines will depend on which state you’re in). And keep in mind the deadlines for early and absentee voting depend on where you live.
If you’re hoping to remind everyone around you — from friends and neighbors (even strangers) — to vote, you’re in luck. We found lots of items that’ll do just the trick, including T-shirts and stickers. Don’t worry, they’ll get the point across in our age of social distancing, too.
Check out these products that’ll remind everyone to vote this election year.
A T-Shirt That Donates Money To The ACLU
It's no wonder why this Madewell T-shirt's actually a bestseller: It's adorable, and 100% of its purchase price goes to the American Civil Liberties Union, which is focused on protecting rights promised in the Constitution, including the right to vote. On top of the proceeds from this tee, Madewell says it will make a $750,000 donation to the ACLU.
Don't just talk about it, vote about it. That's the message behind this sweatshirt, a collaboration between Levi's and Rock the Vote meant to as many voters as possible for the upcoming election. This sweatshirt's made completely out of cotton so you can stay comfortable while doing your civic duty.
A T-Shirt That Reminds Everyone That Her Voice Matters
With a futuristic font, this T-shirt's a reminder that every election's about our future. So voting's a big deal. This T-shirt from Urban Outfitters was made in partnership with I Am a Voter, a campaign to raise public awareness around voting. And $15 from each T-shirt sale will be donated to different organizations, including Democracy Works and Voto Latino.
A Necklace That Marks When Women Got The Right To Vote
This necklace celebrates the 100th anniversary of women getting the right to vote back in 1920. It comes in silver and brass. Plus, $5 from every purchase goes to the League of Women Voters , a group that works to encourage participation in government, especially by women. You might snag the matching pin, bracelet or ring, too.