Last week for students to enter Elections coloring contest

Last week for students to enter Elections coloring contest
Posted on 03/26/2024

In need of an easy activity for a rainy spring break day? Have your student participate in the Lane County Elections “I Voted” coloring contest!


Local students, kindergarten through college, are invited to create an “I Voted” coloring page for the Lane County Elections Office.


Four winning entries will be used to create a coloring page that will accompany ballots for the November 5, 2024 Presidential Election. 


“I’m excited about this creative way for Lane County voters to celebrate voting,” said Lane County Clerk Dena Dawson. “I can’t wait to see what students come up with and I hope we blow up social media in November with the colorful versions voters create.” 


There are four categories for student submissions:

  • Category 1: Kindergarten–5th Grade
  • Category 2: 6th Grade–8th Grade
  • Category 3: 9th Grade–12th Grade
  • Category 4: College or vocational school students


Submissions are due by April 1, 2024 and may be provided by email, mail or in-person. All entries must be submitted on the official entry form and must be signed by a parent or guardian if the entrant is under 18 years old. 


Submissions must be original artwork and on a plain white background with black outlines so voters can color the artwork in November and share on social media using #LaneCountyVotes. 


The entry form and more detail about how to submit artwork can be found at under the “I Voted Coloring Contest” section. 

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