Breadcrumb Navigation

Media Center

LaRose Announces Competition to Create Ohio’s New ‘I Voted’ Sticker

Contest Will Exclusively Feature Designs from Ohio Students

COLUMBUS – It’s time for Ohio to update our I Voted sticker, and Ohio Secretary of State Frank LaRose needs the help of young Ohioans! The competition to design the sticker which will be used for at least the next four years is open to students in grades 6-12.

The top designs will be selected by the Secretary of State’s office and the winning design will be chosen by a vote open to all Ohioans! The contest runs from today, Monday March 25th through Sunday, April 28th. Designs must be circular shaped and submitted digitally through our website at Sticker.Ohio.gov.

"Ohioans wear this sticker proudly -- whether they’ve voted by mail, during one of Ohio’s 28 days of early voting, or in person on Election Day," said LaRose. “We want students to have fun, be creative, and when the time comes to select a winner – we want them to vote!”

By focusing the contest on young Ohioans, LaRose hopes it will encourage young people to learn more about the democratic process, the power and impact of voting, and have fun while doing it!

Secretary LaRose wants YOU to enter!

Secretary LaRose Announces 'I Voted' Sticker Design Contest - video link

Contest Rules

Media Contact

Maggie Sheehan
[email protected]
(614) 466-2729