Groveland seeking ‘I Voted’ designs

By Sharon Stone
Tri-County Times
Groveland Twp. — Calling all creative students. Groveland Township is looking for new designs for its “I Voted” stickers.
The Groveland Township office has launched a new contest, searching for new, unique designs to help get out the vote in the 2024 elections. Not only will the winning designs be featured on stickers distributed at township polling places, the winning artist will be in the local paper.
The contest is open to all students from Kindergarten to 12th grade students from Brandon, Holly and Goodrich schools. Winners will be chosen in two categories: From each school K-5 and 6-12 graders. At-home students are welcome to participate.
“I Voted” stickers are proudly worn by voters to both declare they exercise their voting rights and to encourage others to do the same. The works of art, combined with Groveland Township’s other efforts such as selfie stations outside polling places, are aimed at helping to get out the vote and encouraging new voters to share their civic pride.
Interested artists can go to the township’s website for the complete contest schedule, participation criteria and entry form. Participants also will be able to pick up the entry form at the Groveland Township office. A copy of the entry form also is included with this story online at
All contest entries must be received at the Groveland Township office by May 4.

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