Ohio’s ‘I Voted’ sticker contest down to 3 finalists

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COLUMBUS (WCMH) — Three finalists have been picked for the Ohio “I Voted” sticker contest. 

Back in March, Ohio’s secretary of state announced a competition to create the state’s new “I Voted” sticker. 

The competition to design the sticker to be used for at least the next four years is open to students in grades 6-12. Ohioans receive the stickers when they vote by mail or in person. 

The finalists are down to the following submissions:

Felicity: 12th grader at Milford High School

Ian: 12th grader at Hawken School

Emily: 12th grader at Teays Valley High School

To submit your vote for the best sticker, go the Ohio Secretary of State’s website here.  

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