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Adams County holds ‘I Voted’ sticker contest

Adams County holds ‘I Voted’ sticker contest

The Adams County Elections Department is looking for a new, custom “I Voted” sticker for upcoming elections, and we need your help! We’re getting the youth of Adams County involved with a design contest just for them.

High school and college students can provide hand-drawn or digital artwork now through Tuesday, April 30. Along with having their artwork printed on stickers for all Adams County voters, the winner will also receive a $200 gift card and a pizza or ice cream party (their choice) for their class. Because part of the City of Westminster resides in Adams County, students are encouraged to enter.

“Engaging today’s youth in the electoral process is a major part of my mission,” says Josh Zygielbaum, Adams County Clerk and Recorder. “This is a great opportunity for students to share their creativity and to learn something about elections in the process. My office is very excited to see the designs they create.”

For rules and details on how to enter, visit www.AdamsVotes.com/contest.

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