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April 12, 2024
Stephanie Birmingham


Winning designs revealed in Sedgwick County’s 2024 “I Voted” Sticker Contest

(Sedgwick County, Kan.) –Sedgwick County Election Commissioner Laura Rainwater will reveal the winning design in Sedgwick County’s inaugural “I Voted” sticker contest and introduce the student-artist at the April 17 Board of County Commissioners (BoCC) meeting. A distinguished panel of judges chose the artwork from 127 entries to be the official “I Voted” sticker, given to thousands of voters at polling sites and with advance ballots during the 2024 electoral season.

 The Election Commissioner will also introduce the second and third place finishers at the BoCC meeting and display their artwork. All of the students and their designs will be featured on Sedgwick County Government’s social media pages.

 This was the first year Sedgwick County held an “I Voted” sticker contest for children in grades 6-12 to encourage student participation and education in the democratic process. Contest rules mandated that artwork should be original, non-partisan and incorporate the theme of voting and elections in Sedgwick County, the State of Kansas or the United States. For more on the contest and its rules, visit the Sedgwick County Election website, Election Office | Sedgwick County, Kansas.