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Get Excited About the 2020 Election with These Voting Merch

It’s hard to scroll through any social media platform without seeing voting messages, stickers, and announcements. That energy has made its way to our homes and personal style more than ever this year.

The upcoming presidential election has pushed many brands to roll out a series of fun and stylish voting merchandise. Consumers are encouraged to vote online and offline, 24/7. You’ll find everything from digital banners that lead to voter registration sites to accessories and clothing for people to wear at the polls.

Companies are serving as advocates for people to exercise their civic duty, whether it be via mail-in ballot or in-person. Like the brands below, we encourage you to exercise your right to vote on November 3rd and let your voices be heard.

Fabletics, Vote Tee, $34.95 

Exercise your right to vote this year with this unisex workout shirt from Fabletics. Wear it while you’re out and about to motivate people to vote and wear it to the polls on November 3rd.

Mr. Boddington’s Studio, Voting Postcards, Set of 10, $16

Encourage your friends and family to cast their ballot with Mr. Boddington’s Studio’s beautifully illustrated postcards. Each box comes with ten charming cards with five different designs.

POPSOCKETS, Poptivism PopGrips, $15

Take part in Poptivism and attach one of the twenty new PopGrip designs from the Rock the Vote x Popsockets collaboration to your device. 50% of the sales revenue is donated to Rock the Vote, a nonpartisan nonprofit that helps young people build political power.

M.M.LaFleur x Girl Scouts, Voting Patches, $55

Pay homage to the Girl Scouts with these fun election-inspired patches by M.M.LaFleur and Girl Scouts of the USA. Every purchase of an M.M.Lafleur top comes with these limited-edition iron-on-patches.

Also, Freedom, Vote Tote, $25 $15

Sport this Also, Freedom minimalistic canvas tote bag around town and help folks register to vote. The bag is designed with a scannable QR code that links to vote.gov, a website where everyone can register to vote. A percentage of the proceeds go to I Am A Voter, a public awareness campaign focused on civic engagement.

Uncommon Goods, The Vote Necklace, $68

Rock this gold plate, sterling silver voting necklace designed with the iconic ballot box in mind. Shop more of Uncommon Goods’ I’m a Voter collection with a matching keychain and paperweight. With every purchase, $5 goes to support Democracy Works, a nonpartisan organization helping make sure no one misses an election.

Rock the Vote, Rock the Vote Hat, $24.99 

Keep it simple and make a statement with Rock the Vote’s 100% cotton baseball cap. The low-profile top has an adjustable, brass buckle closure.

HOTSOX, I Voted Crew Socks, $7

Get cozy and show your patriotic pride in a pair of HOTSOX “I Voted” crew socks. Grab one for a friend too!

Dissent Pins, Your Vote is Your Voice Pin, $14.95

Dissent Pins lapel pin is the perfect accent to a shirt, bag, or hat. 50% of the profit gets donated to The New Georgia Project with every purchase of a pin. The organization works to register and civically engage Georgians.

Resistance by Design Vote Face Mask, $20.20 $15

Due to COVID-19, if you wish to vote in-person it is imperative that you wear a mask. Resistance’s reusable mask is perfect to advocate for those around you to vote before election day and to wear to the polls.

Kennedy McKinney

My name is Kennedy McKinney and I am a sophomore at Florida Atlantic University majoring in Multimedia Journalism and minoring in Business Law. Be sure to follow me on Instagram (@kennedylmckinney) to stay updated on my latest stories.