Election Day swag is getting an upgrade in Broomfield, and residents can now vote for their favorite “I Voted” stickers designed by dozens of elementary, middle and high school students.
Residents can select their top three choices in two categories, one featuring designs by 24 high school students and the other featuring designs by 12 elementary and middle school students.
The elementary/middle school winning design will be used in the June 28 primary election and the high school winner will be used in the November 8 general election.
The city and county is using ranked-choice voting for the sticker contest, which Broomfield voters approved for municipal elections starting in 2023.
Ranked-choice voting allows voters to rank multiple candidates based on preference rather than just choosing one, and winners are required to have the majority of votes, according to the city and county.
Voting for the sticker contest is open until noon Monday and winners will be announced May 20. First-place winners will receive a $100 gift card and runners-up will receive $50 gift cards. Voting is available online at broomfield.org/153/Elections.