BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) - Lots of voters in Louisiana voters did not get their "I Voted" stickers on Election Day.
And voters on social media let their disappointment show.
Louisiana do better. While it’s trivial to most to receive their “I voted” sticker, for some it truly matters. And you took that away from my niece who is a first time Voter today and you were out of stickers.— dy brown (@Dyism) November 6, 2018
First, we lose to Alabama. Then, no “I Voted” stickers. It’s been a tough few days for us in Louisiana.— Christina Stephens ������ (@CEStephens) November 6, 2018
I voted and all I got was this lousy sticke-.......oh wait, I live in Louisiana. #nostickers— Patti Hiller (@pfhiller) November 6, 2018
The secretary of state's office blamed budget problems for not providing the stickers. In a since-deleted tweet, they suggested parish offices should have obtained them.
However, at least one office says the secretary of state has provided them in the past.
Louisiana's 2016 "I Voted" stickers were an internet sensation, as they featured a George Rodrique blue dog and started selling on sites like eBay.
Another Twitter user went so far as to make a few images you could print out or use as profile pictures:
Since our SOS @Louisiana_sos can't get enough I voted stickers, I made a picture y'all can use for your profile pics or whatever. Hopefully the new secretary of state doesn't mess up again next year. pic.twitter.com/NPyqUefuVS— Ben Smith (@benalexsmith18) November 6, 2018