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The People’s Choice: State’s ‘I Voted’ Stickers Getting a Facelift

A time-honored tradition is getting a facelift in Maryland.

Students across the state submitted more than 650 designs for updated “I Voted” stickers in a contest hosted by the Maryland State Board of Elections and the Fine Arts Office of the Maryland State Department of Education.

Voting for nine finalists – three each at the elementary, middle and high school levels – is open through Friday.

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.

Votes can be cast online.

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