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Posted on: June 9, 2022

Loudoun County Announces Winners of ‘I Voted’ Sticker Contest

Link to Voter Sticker Contest webpage

The Loudoun County Office of Elections and Voter Registration is pleased to announce the winners of its first-ever “I Voted” Sticker Contest. The three winning designs will be used as “I Voted” stickers distributed to voters who cast their ballots at early voting and Election Day polling locations in Loudoun as well as those who vote by mail for the November 2022 general election.

The winners are: 

  • Election Day Sticker by Torrey McGlenn: This green, yellow, blue and white sticker features the words “I Voted! Loudoun County” with representations of Dulles Airport and Loudoun’s agricultural community.
  • In-Person, Early Voting Sticker by Julie Beacham: The word “Early” will be added to the words “I Voted” which appear in red and white script over an outline of Loudoun County against a blue background. 
  • Voting by Mail Sticker by Nicole McGee: The words “I Voted by Mail” appear in a circle around an outline of Loudoun County with a U.S. flag motif. 

The contest was open to all Loudoun County residents. The guidelines called for the basic sticker design to be a circle, two inches in diameter, that included the phrase “I Voted” or a variation of the theme and no more than 4 colors. 

Eight finalists were selected from a total of 84 submissions. An online vote was held to determine the three winning entries. 

Images of the all the designs submitted for the contest may be found at

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