They're sticklers about stickers in Nebraska's Dakota County.
The Sioux City Journal says the county has a stash of "I Voted" stickers on hand — but Clerk Ted Piepho says the stickers aren't usable because they're not bilingual.
According to Piepho, a federal mandate requires all election items in Nebraska must be offered in English and Spanish. He says the budget didn't have room this year to buy a batch of bilingual stickers.
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