Student Voting Resources/Civics Education

Congratulations to 2023 Contest winner Julia Deyo of Rondout Valley High School! Her winning design was distributed during the 2023 November Elections. Submissions for the 2024 “I Voted” Sticker design are now open!

The Ulster County Board of Elections 4th Annual Ulster County “I Voted” Sticker Contest

WHO: Any young person, age 9-18 that is a resident of Ulster County can participate.
WHAT: Design a logo that we will use to create “I Voted” 2 inch stickers and digital graphics that can be used for sharing for the November 5, 2024 General Election. I Voted must appear somewhere in the design, but the rest is up to you.
WHEN: Artwork will be collected between the period of April 1, 2024- June 1, 2024. The Ulster County Board of Elections Commissioners will select the top designs and then – of course – we open the contest up to voting on the top designs on our website. During the month of July visit to cast your vote for your favorite design. The winning artwork will be selected from the top vote getters and announced on September 9, 2024. Stickers will be distributed during the November 5th General Election to all voters in Ulster County.
HOW: Send your artwork – Photo, PDF, JPEG to
For more information please contact: Deputy Commissioners Jen Bloom or Keri Williams 845.334.5470

Suggested for grades 1-5.

Fun and fact-filled activities, games, puzzles and more! Don’t miss out on all the fun stuff inside!
A downloadable activity booklet for kids created by the Ulster County Board of Elections and the Ulster County Clerk’s Records Management program

Websites for Students/Teachers:

Rock the Vote

Smithsonian Online: The Machinery of Democracy

Kids Voting USA

Resources for Registering Students to VOTE:

Ulster County College Student Guide to Voting

Best Practices Student Registration Drive