The Adams County Elections Department is hosting a second “I Voted” sticker design contest for Adams County students. The first design contest drew nearly 50 entries from students ranging from kindergarten to college level, and four stickers were chosen as winners and featured in the 2019 and 2020 elections.
In addition, a new Spanish category has been introduced this year. The winning design of this category will be available at in-person voting locations throughout the 2021 and 2022 elections.
“For the contest in 2019, my office was blown away by the many incredible designs we received,” says Josh Zygielbaum, Adams County Clerk & Recorder. “We knew right away we’d continue running the contest and engaging our community’s youth in the electoral process. It’s a great opportunity for students to share their creativity and to learn something about elections in the process.”
Students can submit hand-drawn or digital artwork now through Friday, May 7. Prizes will be awarded to the grand prize winner and runners-up. For more information on rules, prizes, and how to enter, visit AdamsVotes.com/contest.
Adams County residents will have the opportunity to vote on the top sticker designs to choose the final winners. Information about the voting process will be available on the Adams County Clerk & Recorder Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as the Adams County Government social channels.
In addition to the prizes, the winning designs will be featured in 2021 Coordinated (third place), 2022 Primary (second place), and 2022 General (grand prize) elections.
• Students must keep their original artwork and/or design files—we’ll need it to make the new stickers.
• Designs must say “I Voted” or “I Voted in Adams County.”
• Submissions must be non-partisan.
• Students should consider elements representative of Adams County, elections, or patriotism.
• Students and/or parents must be willing to allow us to use artwork for upcoming elections.
• Students must live in or attend school in Adams County or have a parent who works for the county.
• Students must fill out and sign the submission form (must be signed by a parent or guardian if the student is under 18).
• Entries must include a short description of the design, as well as information on the inspiration for the design.
About Adams County
With rich traditions and history, Adams County offers the best of suburban and rural life – vibrant cities, quiet towns, and miles of recreation. Located in the Denver metro area, Adams County is the state’s 5th largest county serving a population of over 500,000 residents. Adams County is home to the cities of Brighton, Commerce City, Federal Heights, Northglenn, and Thornton; portions of Arvada, Aurora, and Westminster; the town of Bennett; and a portion of the town of Lochbuie. Unincorporated communities include Henderson, Strasburg, and Watkins. Stay up to date on the latest county news and information on adcogov.org, Facebook, Twitter, Nextdoor, and Instagram.