Secretary of State Accepts Entries for First-Ever “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest for Kentucky Students – NKyTribune


The Kentucky Secretary of State's Office invites all Kentucky students to participate in the inaugural “I Voted” sticker contest.

(NKyTribune file)

The competition is open to all Kentucky students in kindergarten through 12th grade. To participate, students must submit their best design for an “I Voted” sticker. The winning decal design will be distributed to voters in participating counties in the 2024 general election.

“Each year, my office encourages civic participation among middle and high school students through an essay and slogan contest,” Adams said. “This sticker contest allows us to include our youngest Kentuckians.”

Interested students can submit their draft to [email protected] by May 17 at 5 p.m. Posts should include the student's name, school, address, and phone number, as well as “I voted for the sticker contest” in the email subject line. To be considered, images must be original works and contain the words “I Voted.” Please upload in .JPEG or .PNG format.

Finalists will be selected by the Secretary of State's Office for a ballot to be voted on during the 2024 Kentucky State Fair. The top voter's design will be printed on stickers and sent to interested county officials to make available to voters in November.

Kentucky Secretary of State