Lassen County Launches “I Voted Sticker Contest” in Collaboration with Probation Department


In an effort to engage the community and encourage civic participation among the youth, Lassen County has announced an “I Voted Sticker Contest.” Partnering with the Lassen County Probation Department, the contest aims to showcase the artistic talents of students while promoting voter turnout for the upcoming elections.

Following the March 5th Primary, the Deputy Clerk-Recorder said voter turnout was “not great” in a report to the board of supervisors, noting 47% of registered voters casting their ballots. Yet, the clerk-recorder added, this is typical for a primary.

The “I Voter Sticker Contest” is open to all grades 6th through 12th students within Lassen County. The competition invites participants to design a new look for the standard “I Voted” sticker. The division winners will receive a gift card and the honor of seeing their designs featured on the stickers distributed during the upcoming election cycle.

Contest packets are available on the county’s website or in the clerk recorders’ offices. Drawings can be submitted to the Lassen County offices at 220 S Lassen St., Suite 5, or to the Probation Department at 2950 Riverside Dr., Suite 101.

The deadline for submissions is set for May 31, 2024.