For the second time, Arapahoe County holds a kids' contest designing voter stickers
The Arapahoe County Clerk and Recorder’s Office invites all students grades 1 through 12 to submit artwork for two new “I Voted” stickers and one new “Future Voter” sticker, to be used in the 2023 and 2024 elections. The contest is open to public, private and home school students.
The contest is separated into three categories based on grade level:
- Grades 1-5 will compete to design the “Future Voter” sticker, which are handed out at vote centers and events throughout the year.
- Grades 6-8 will compete to design one of the “I Voted” stickers included in mail ballot packets.
- Grades 9-12 will compete to design the second “I Voted” stickers included in mail ballot packets.
The Clerk and Recorder’s Office sent entry information to each of the County’s nine school districts. However, residents are encouraged to share information about the contest with any students they think would be a good candidate.
Rules, legal releases and entry forms are available at www.arapahoevotes.gov. Deadline for submitting entries is Friday, March 31. Contact the Clerk and Recorder’s Office at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
The winning designs from the 2021 contest, designed by Ralph Moody Elementary student Vivian Marchetti and Regis Jesuit High School student Mary Seier, are below.