R.I. Board of Elections to launch “I Voted” sticker contest

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PROVIDENCE, R.I.- The Rhode Island Board of Elections will soon be looking for submissions to its “I Voted” sticker design competition.

The board is is looking for creative designs that are “uniquely Rhode Island and encourage voting.”

The contest will be open to submissions starting March 2 and runs until March 31.

The designs must be an original composition containing no copyrighted material, and must feature the phrase “I Voted”. No more than four colors can be used.

The design must be in a 2 inch diameter circle. Submissions must be in a vector file.

Any resident of the United States can submit an entry.

A panel will narrow entries down to eight finalists and then a public online vote will decide the winner.

The full list of rules can be found on the Board of Elections website here.

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