BATON ROUGE, La. (BRPROUD) – After popular demand, the ‘I Voted’ stickers are back. The Louisiana Secretary of State and a New Orleans artist unveiled the new design for the upcoming elections Tuesday morning.

“Louisiana, go vote,” said Louisiana Secretary of State Kyle Ardoin.

We are less than 85 days away from Election Day, which means it is almost time to collect your 2022 I Voted sticker.

“People really want to show their pride in voting and getting out to vote. I think this is a perfect opportunity. And by using local artists, I think we include the Louisiana genre if you will, and the excitement of who we are as a state and who we are as a people,” he said.

Jefferson Parish native Becky Fos, the artist behind “Louisiana State of Mind,” wants the community to see a brighter future.

“Louisiana, go vote. All I want them to do is smile when they see my art,” she said.

Louisiana election officials want this sticker to inspire voters to get out and vote.

“Everybody’s vote counts. And I believe if we can help motivate them and other people to help them get there, then our job is done,” Fos said.

The stickers will only be available for the November 9th primary election and the December 10th general election. You have until Oct. 18 to register to vote. To register to vote, click here.