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Michigan Residents and Students Invited to Design This Year’s ‘I Voted’ Stickers

BATTLE CREEK, Mich. — It’s customary to receive an “I Voted” sticker after you cast your ballot on Election Day, but those stickers will look a little different this November.

Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson announced Michigan’s first “I Voted” sticker contest Tuesday while visiting Battle Creek Central High School.

Michigan residents and current students are invited to design stickers that will be given to voters in the November general election.

“Democracy is a team sport and our first ‘I Voted’ sticker contest is a fun way to engage people across the state in our elections,” says Secretary Benson. “I hope students, parents, educators and community groups will help us spread the word about this opportunity to showcase Michigan’s creativity and civic pride.”

Benson’s office says there are categories for elementary and middle school students (K-8), high school students (9-12), and Michigan residents of any age. Designs must be nonpartisan and include the phrase “I voted.”

Participants have until the end of Sunday, June 30 to participate.

Visit the official contest website for more information.

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