The Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office is pleased to announce the winner of its 2024 “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest is Gwendolyn Harvey from Middleburg. Clay County residents, 14 years …
The Clay County Supervisor of Elections Office is pleased to announce the winner of its 2024 “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest is Gwendolyn Harvey from Middleburg.
Clay County residents, 14 years old and older, were asked to submit their artwork for a new “I Voted” sticker design involving the themes of Clay County and democracy. The goal of the competition was to further encourage our community to engage in the voting process in a fun and creative way.
The picture of the Great Blue Heron, against a vibrant backdrop of water and trees, was snapped by Ms. Harvey. She then edited it to add the words “Clay County” and “I voted!” to it. As she explained “I think these wading birds represent the natural beauty our county has to offer.”
Originally, the sticker templates were either a circular or rectangular shape, but Supervisor of Elections Chris H. Chambless thought printing them in the shape of Clay County would add a personalized twist to the overall design.
The new stickers will be handed out to voters during Early Voting and Election Day for the Presidential Preference Primary on March 19, 2024, as well as the Primary and General Elections later this year. Thank you to everyone who submitted designs!
If you have questions, or need more information, call our office at (904) 269-6350 or visit ClayElections.gov your source for verified election information.