"I VOTED"
STUDENT STICKER CONTEST

Design Nashville's next "I Voted" sticker, celebrating the 100th anniversary of women's right to vote!

Attention, Davidson County students in 7th through 12th grades: a sticker designed by YOU could be on the shirts, lapels and Instagram photos of every voter in Nashville this year! 

Metro Arts and the Davidson County Election Commission have partnered to sponsor a contest to create the a special edition "I Voted" sticker in honor of this year's Women's Suffrage Centennial.

 

Upload your non-partisan design (or mail it in on the form linked below) incorporating Nashville and voting. The finalists, chosen by a citizen selection panel, will be posted online for public voting, and the winning design will be printed and distributed at all Davidson County precincts during the fall 2020 elections! 

How to Enter

HOLD: You can enter one of three ways:

  1. Submit your design online

  2. Email your design to votesticker@________

  3. Print out our entry form, fill it out with your design and information, and mail it to:​​

Whatever entry method you choose, all entries are due by 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, March 25, 2020.

HOLD: Link to printable paper form, mailing address or drop off

Rules

HOLD: Sticker requirements, parent/guardian permission, link  to official rules form. 

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