Supervisors select 2 designs for ‘I Voted’ stickers

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With five final designs before them in the Carson City Clerk-Recorder’s “I Voted” sticker contest, the Board of Supervisors chose two winners Thursday. Their reasoning was the sticker designs should incorporate the words “Carson City,” making them specific to elections in the capital city.

“Previously, we did an ‘I Voted’ sticker contest that was open to Carson City seniors in the 2020 election cycle,” said Carson City Chief Deputy Clerk Miguel Camacho. “This time around, we opened it up to residents in Carson City as a whole.”

The public art contest ran from March 30 to April 26. The two winning stickers will be provided to Carson City voters in the next election cycle. Clerk-Recorder Scott Hoen reminded the board and audience members that 2024 will have three elections.

“We’re having a presidential preference primary in February, the primary in June and the general in November,” he said.

Hoen said his office has been training new election workers.

“In fact, we just had some orientation and training sessions for new election workers that are interested in participating, which is great to see,” he said. “A lot of people in Carson City want to turn out and help.”

Supervisor Stacey Giomi was the first to say the sticker designs should have “Carson City” in them. That limited choices to finalists 1 and 3.

“The other ones could be anywhere in Nevada, not that I don’t like them. I love the designs,” he said.

However, Giomi said that if stickers are going to be handed out in Carson City, they should have the city’s name on them.

“I agree with 1 and 3,” said Mayor Lori Bagwell. “If we’re going to do it, it’s about Carson City voters.”

Bagwell called the design from finalist 1 “crisp, clean and vibrant” and lauded the other designs as well.

“Please be sure to let each and every one of them know how impressed we were,” she said. “I mean, this is great work. I couldn’t do it. I just want to say all of them captured the essence for voting.”


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