Arlington wants residents to pick the new “I Voted” sticker design for the 2019 elections.
The Arlington County Office of Elections posted on its website five colorful designs vying for your favor, which range from the modern to historically-minded.
Voters have must enter an Arlington address to view the designs, and are then directed to order them from top to least favorite.
The winning design will be featured on the 2019 “I Voted” stickers given to those who cast their ballots in the general election on November 5. (Currently, the county is in the middle of a primary election, which decides the candidates for the November election.)
County election officials partnered with the Arlington Artists Alliance and Arlington Public Library to select the top five designs earlier this month, per the contest announcement.
Images via Arlington County
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