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The Humboldt County Clerk Announces the Winners of the “I Voted” Sticker Art Design Contest for the 2022 General Election
Winnemucca, Nevada — August 24, 2022, a selection panel of five local officials chose two winners for the 2022 General Election “I Voted” Sticker Art Design Contest. The winner in Category A (5th grade – 8th grade) is Reagan Chadwell, previous 5th grader and now 6th grader, at French Ford Middle School and the winner in Category B (9th grade – 12th grade) is Aidan Peters, previous 9th grader and now 10th grader at Albert M. Lowry High School.
“I Voted” Sticker Art Design Contest for the 2022 General Election
The Humboldt County Clerk’s Office whose official duties include facilitating elections wanted to include young people in the elections process and give the community something positive to look forward to in the often-bombastic landscape that is elections. Deputy in charge of elections, Jessica Koepke, designed this contest for future voters with the hopes of keeping democracy in the minds of the people who will one day, hopefully, cast ballots. Students were encouraged to submit their designs to excite voters and reflect the character of the American Voter. The submissions, which had to be original and hand drawn, were selected based on artistic skill and excellence, meaningful and consistent theme, and uniqueness of the design.
A selection panel consisting of Dr. Dave Jensen, Superintendent of the Humboldt County School District; Michael Montero, Sixth Judicial District Court Judge; Jessica Anderson, Humboldt County Library Director; Ruth Fitzpatrick, Winnemucca City Clerk; and Abel Del Real Nava, Humboldt County Assistant County Manager and Human Resources Director; reviewed the sixty-three (63) designs submitted and selected the winners. Each winner will receive a $100.00 Chamber Check, donated by the Winnemucca Chamber of Commerce, a plaque, and have their designs turned into the “I Voted” stickers for the 2022 General Election that will be handed out at all of the in-person polling locations during Early Voting and on Election Day.
The Humboldt County Clerk’s Office wants to thank all of the participants for their entries and hopes to see even more submissions for the 2024 election cycle.
- A: 5th - 8th Grade - Reagan Chadwell - view their design here.
- B: 9th - 12th Grade - Aidan Peters - view their design here.
Please click here to view the official rules, parental consent, and design template
For more information talk to your school administrator or contact the Humboldt County Clerk's Office at 775-623-6343 or email email@example.com
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Attention Humboldt County Voters,
During the 2021 Nevada legislative session Assembly Bill No. 321 was passed. This bill designated all registered voters in Nevada to receive a vote by mail ballot for every election. This means you will receive a mail ballot automatically to the mailing address on your voter registration before each election. Should you wish to opt-out of receiving a mail ballot you may do so by completing a mail ballot preference form located below, and returning your completed form to the Humboldt County Clerk's Office 60 days prior to the election. You may still vote in person even if you miss the deadline to turn in your mail ballot preference form, but you still receive your vote by mail ballot. For more information please email firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 775-623-6343.
To update your mail ballot preference online click here: https://www.nvsos.gov/votersearch/
or complete the form below and return to the Humboldt County Clerk's Office at 50 W. 5th St., Room 207, Winnemucca, Nevada 89445
This form must be received sixty (60) days prior to Election Day to be in effect for that election.