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St. Louis County Board of Elections & St. Louis County Library announce semifinalists in 'I Voted' sticker contest

Mariam Rana 11/8/2021 -- Nine semifinalists have been selected in the “I Voted” sticker contest hosted by the St. Louis County Board of Elections in partnership with the St. Louis County Library. The semifinalists will move on to the final round. 

South Middle's Mariam Rana was selected as a semifinalist for her submission. Voting is open to the public to choose the winning design in each category. VOTE HERE

Artistic skill and technique excellence, meaningful and consistent theme and uniqueness of the design were the criteria used to judge all 224 entries that were received from 34 schools and communities across St. Louis County.

Prizes will be awarded to the semifinalists and the winners will be specially recognized. The final artwork will be professionally printed into the “I Voted” stickers and distributed to all polling places throughout the county beginning in 2022.

 “We are impressed by the enthusiastic response and variety that we received from artists throughout the county! The St. Louis County Library helped us to engage with communities that we may not have been able to reach otherwise. It will be exciting to see which artwork the public chooses for our new “I Voted” stickers,” said Rick Stream and Eric Fey, Directors of the Board of Elections.