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The 2024 "I Voted" Sticker Design Contest has now closed.

Thank you to all who participated. We have received over 500 individual designs! Our staff will now review all entries and will be in touch with finalists about next steps in the coming weeks. 

What's Next?

  • Early May: Election Officer Voting Begins

Election Officers will vote for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place sticker designs via an online vote.

  • Late May: Winners are Notified

1st, 2nd, 3rd place winners and the school with the most submissions will be notified and arrangements will be made for them to collect their prizes.

  • Early July: Public Announcement and Winners Recognition Ceremony

All finalists and winners will be invited to a recognition ceremony as part of the Prince William County Electoral Board July Meeting.

View Our 11 Nominees Below!

Click the image to read more about each entry.

Contact Information

Thalia Simpson

Communications Specialist and Outreach Coordinator

P: 703-792-6473




Prince William County’s Office of Elections is seeking a way for voters to showcase county pride with our 2024 “I Voted” Sticker Design Contest. The chosen sticker design will be used to represent voters from all across the county, both on Election Day and year-round on the PWC Office of Elections website. 


The contest is open to all Prince William County residents, regardless of voter registration status. Submissions are encouraged from both individuals and groups.


The contest is open from Monday, Feb. 5 - Friday, March 15, 2024


Participants must be residents of Prince William County Virginia and will have their residence confirmed by Office of Elections Staff.


The phrase "I Voted" must be legible and included in the design. Designs must be in a circular shape. Final designs will be resized by Elections staff to be printed at 2" diameter. 

Entries will be evaluated based on a) uniqueness of the design in relation to Prince William County and its distinct county identity; b) clarity, strength, and effectiveness of design; and c) overall aesthetics or eye-catching ability. 

All entries should be saved as a PDF document and submitted electronically via this entry form.

Having trouble with the online form?

Download and print this pdf entry form to fill out, scan, and email back. 

If you have questions or difficulties with formatting or submitting your entires, please contact our Outreach Coordinator at

Follow this link for full contest Guidelines:

2024 "I Voted" Sticker Design Contest Guidelines (PWC)


Contest Duration: Monday, February 5 - Friday, March 15, 2024

The Office of Elections will notify finalists via the email and phone number provided on the contest entry form.


Confirmed Finalists will be announced in April, with a formal recognition ceremony at the Electoral Board Meeting in July (Date TBD)


1st Place: $3,000

and adoption of design by Office of Elections for election stickers and website branding

2nd Place: $1000

3rd Place: $500

To encourage submissions by students and children, the Office of Elections will also be awarding $500 to the school that has the most student entries.

Official Rules

By submitting an entry, each entrant acknowledges that their entry: a) is their original work; b) does not violate or infringe upon the copyrights, trademarks rights of privacy, publicity; or other rights of any person or entity; c) does not feature the likeness of a private individual without that individual’s written permission for its use;  d) does not contain references to any candidates or political parties or advocate for or against any issue; e) does not trigger any reporting or royalty obligation to any third party; and f) does not and will not violate any applicable law, statute, ordinance, rule or regulation. Further, if a design is selected as the winning entry, the Prince William County Office of Elections has the exclusive and irrevocable right to use the winning design for the official “I Voted” sticker and Office of Elections branding. Office of Elections Staff and their family members are not eligible to participate.


  • Make it colorful! 

Unique color schemes stand out. 

  • Make it unique to Prince William County.

  • Make it legible and bold.

  • Be creative.

  • Have Fun!


Historic towns

like Dumfries, Haymarket, Occoquan, and Quantico

Bull Run Mountain Conservancy

most easterly mountain chain in Virginia, with unique ecosystems and headwaters of the Occoquan and Goose Creek watersheds.

Manassas National Battlefield Park

Home to Civil War battles in 1861 and 1862.

National Museum of the Marine Corps 

Half a million visitors each year. 

Neabsco Boardwalk 

Home to herons, ducks, and red-wing blackbirds

Occoquan River

Watershed covers most of Prince William County.

Potomac River

Home to Leesylvania State Park and
Occoquan Bay National Wildlife Refuge.

Prince William Forest Park 

Largest green space in metropolitan DC.

Rippon Lodge 

Oldest standing house in PWC.

Silver Lake Park

23-acre lake is fed by the Little Bull Run, with bluegill and largemouth bass.

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