Currituck County Board of Elections announces call for entries for ‘I Voted’ sticker design contest, children of all ages welcome

(Courtesy Currituck County Schools)

The Currituck County Board of Elections is excited to announce the launch of the “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest, inviting any budding Currituck County artist up to age 18 to create a new design for the iconic sticker that voters receive after casting their ballots.

The contest is open to all Currituck County artists up to the age of 18, with submissions being accepted from June 2024 to July 19, 2024.  The winning design will be featured on the “I Voted” stickers distributed during the upcoming General Election, offering a unique opportunity for the young artist to make a lasting impact on our community’s voting experience. 

“We are thrilled to engage our Currituck County youth in this creative process,” said Board of Elections Director, Kimberly Twine.  “The ‘I Voted’ sticker is a symbol of civic pride and participation, and we are excited to see how our youth express this through their art”.

For more information on contest rules and submission guidelines, please visit our website at 

https://currituckcountync.gov/board-of-elections/ , or contact the Board of Elections office at:

(252) 232-2525 or email: kimberly.twine@currituckcountync.gov

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