You may have become disenfranchised (maybe even disgusted?) by the thought of voting in this November's Presidential election - but here's something fun you can vote on:

Michigan's 'I Voted' stickers are being redesigned and you get to weigh in on which one we should adopt.

Michigan's First Ever 'I Voted' Sticker Contest

Earlier this year, a contest was created with school students and residents across the state encouraged to design new stickers. There were 480 submissions and the judges have narrowed it down to 25 in each of the following categories:

  • Elementary/Middle School
  • High School
  • General Entries
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Some of Our Favorites

Of the nearly 500 submissions, we've picked out a few of our favorites. You can click here to vote, and you can vote for up to three in each category.

These first three are from the Elementary/Middle School category.

Roman Salazar of Ann Arbor
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Madeline Lee of Sterling Heights
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Katelyn Stouffer-Hopkins of Lansing
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Our staff picked these three from the High School category:

Nicholas Rodgers of Canton
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Abigail Jones of Lapeer
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Lyric Conway of Holly
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And finally, our top three picks from the General submissions category.

Sarah Pohl of Fenton
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Kerri Neymeiyer of Howard City
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Jacob Adams of Ypsilanti
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"Thank you to all of the Michigan students and residents who created a design for our state’s first ‘I Voted’ sticker contest,” said Secretary Benson. “Every Michigan voter should walk out of the polls with pride, knowing that their voice has been heard."

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