Adams County seeks ‘I voted’ artwork

Sticker contest expanded to include adults

Staff Report
Special to Colorado Community Media
Posted 1/11/22

The Adams County Elections Department wants new, custom “I Voted” stickers for the upcoming 2022 elections and is seeking talented Adams County residents and students to design them. “For the …

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Adams County seeks ‘I voted’ artwork

Sticker contest expanded to include adults

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The Adams County Elections Department wants new, custom “I Voted” stickers for the upcoming 2022 elections and is seeking talented Adams County residents and students to design them.

“For the past two years, Adams County has had the most unique `I Voted’ stickers in the state thanks to this contest, and we plan to continue that tradition,” Adams County Clerk and Recorder Josh Zygielbaum said in a written statement. “This year, we’re excited to open the contest up to adults as well as students. This is a great opportunity to involve the community in the elections process, and my office always looks forward to seeing the incredible designs that are submitted.”

The contest is open to Adams County students who either live in or go to school in the county, as well as adults who live in the county. Students who have a parent who works for the county are also eligible.

Entrants must fill out and sign the submission form, which must be signed by a parent or guardian if the entrant is under 18.

Submissions must include a short description of the design, as well as information on the inspiration for the design. There is also a Spanish category.

The public will vote to pick their favorite after the entry deadline. Details will be available on the clerk and recorder’s Facebook and Twitter pages in February.

Contest rules

Designs must say “I Voted” or “I Voted in Adams County” and must be nonpartisan. Contest entries should contain elements that represent Adams County, elections or patriotism.

Entrants must keep their original artwork and/or design files. Submissions must be the correct shape/size (or able to scale down to the correct size)—a 2-inch circle – and they allow the to use the artwork for upcoming elections.

Entrants can submit hand-drawn or digital artwork now through Feb. 4. Prizes will be awarded to the winners. For information on rules and instructions for entering go to AdamsVotes.com/contest.

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