Adams County selects 'I Voted' sticker designs

Staff Report
Special to Colorado Community Media
Posted 3/10/22

Voters will get one of three newly-designed stickers to signal they've cast their ballots this year. The Adams County Elections Department picked two designs as the grand prize winner and …

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Adams County selects 'I Voted' sticker designs

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Voters will get one of three newly-designed stickers to signal they've cast their ballots this year.

The Adams County Elections Department picked two designs as the grand prize winner and second-place winner for the 2022 “I Voted” sticker design contest. One design was chosen as the winner of the Spanish category.

These stickers will be used in the upcoming 2022 Primary Election on June 28, and the 2022 General Election on Nov. 8.

Peak to Peak Charter School student Jade Fernandez won in the Spanish category and her design will be used in both the 2022 Primary and the 2022 General Elections.

Riverdale Ridge High School student Camber Rohlfs was named the second-place winner and her design will be given to voters in the 2022 Primary Election.

Front Range Community College student Justin Perry was the grand prize winner and his sticker will be given to voters in the 2022 General Election.

“Every time we run this contest, I'm amazed at the talent our Adams County students and residents have,” said Adams County Clerk & Recorder Josh Zygielbaum. “We had a great turnout for this year's contest—receiving 40 entries for our English category and three for the Spanish category. My office loves to see this level of involvement from the community.”

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