Clay County residents could have their artwork featured on new “I Voted” sticker

Zoey Fields

The Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office is including a custom “I Voted” sticker contest for the upcoming 2024 Presidential Election to help spread the word to get out and vote.

In a press release calling all artists, participants are told to create original artwork using the guidelines and templates provided, that represents the themes of Clay County, elections and democracy.

Clay County residents ages 14 and older are invited to submit their unique design for an “I Voted” sticker. The goal is to increase a sense of community, showcase local talent and motivate voters, Supervisor of Elections Chris H. Chambless said.
Submissions are open through Nov. 6, 2023.Photo byClay County Supervisor of Elections

The winning piece will be used to create a unique “I Voted” sticker to be distributed throughout 2024 to more than 64,500 Clay County registered voters.

Rules include:

  • Must say “I Voted” or “I Voted in Clay County”
  • Original artwork (or digital files) must be kept to make copies
  • Submissions must be non-partisan
  • Participants must fill out and sign submission form
  • Must include short description of the design or information on the inspiration for the design

Both hand-drawn and digital submissions will be accepted beginning Aug. 15 through Nov. 6.

Click here for a full list of guidelines, templates and instructions to submit artwork.

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