"I VOTED"
STUDENT STICKER CONTEST

Nashville's Special-Edition "I Voted" Sticker, Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Women's Right to Vote!

New: Download Your Own Commemorative Sticker Image

Nashville, you LOVE your special-edition voter sticker! During the August 6 election, several polling locations ran out of the popular sticker, designed by Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet High School senior Milka Negasi to commemorate the Women's Suffrage Centennial. Don't worry; we'll have more stickers available at voting locations for the November 3 election. Until then, we're offering a downloadable version for you to print and enjoy—non-commercially—in celebration of voting rights. Hover over the image and select the arrow to download.

Announcing Nashville's 2020 special-edition voter sticker! 

News Release

Video Announcement:

Contest 

To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment guaranteeing U.S. women the right to vote, Metro Arts and the Davidson County Election Commission sponsored a sticker design contest for Davidson County students in grades 7-12. The contest received 75 entries, which a citizen selection panel narrowed down to 8 finalists. More than 2,300 Nashvillians voted for their favorite sticker.

 

The winning design, by Hume-Fogg Academic Magnet High School senior Milka Negasi, was printed on stickers for distribution at every early voting location and election day precinct in Davidson County for the August and November 2020 elections. 

Resources

We've rounded up some sources to provide a little inspiration and education around women's suffrage, voting rights, and Tennessee's role in voter history.

 

Questions? 

Email arts@nashville.gov or call 615-862-4099! 

 
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