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You could design Ohio’s new “I voted” sticker

You could design Ohio’s new “I voted” sticker

Mike Thomas

You might have to be 18 to vote, but if you want a crack at designing the stickers handed out at polling places throughout the state, you gotta be a kid.

Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose has announced it’s time to choose a new design for the iconic voting stickers that are handed out to voters on election day.

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Sixth graders to seniors in high school can enter their sticker designs through April 28 at sticker.ohio.gov. Election officials will choose the top designs, with the final winner chosen through an online vote by the public.

The words “I voted” must be included in any new designs. Once a winner is chosen, the new sticker will be used for at least the next four years.

As we all know, “I Voted” stickers are big on The Gram, so be sure to make those designs photogenic! Good luck kids!

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