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Young Designers Sought for ‘I Voted’ Sticker Contest

It’s a badge of civic pride – and a young Marylander could be chosen to redesign the iconic “I Voted” stickers that will stock state polling places in 2020.

The Maryland State Board of Elections and Maryland State Department of Education’s Fine Arts Office are holding a design contest for Maryland students in pre-kindergarten through 12th grade. Two-inch circular designs should feature the themes of the state of Maryland, voting or elections in the state and country.

Winning student artists will receive a $100 gift card for new arts supplies, and their art teacher will receive $500 to purchase art supplies or equipment for their school or community art program.

Submissions are being accepted through Oct. 15.

More information is online.

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