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Release Date: 11/6/2019
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Stoneleigh Elementary student advances to final round in “I Voted" sticker art competition

Public voting begins today

TOWSON, MD. – A design by Flory Thomas, a Stoneleigh Elementary student, has advanced to the final round of the “I Voted” Sticker Student Art Competition for Maryland.

Public voting opens today, Nov. 5, and will close on Friday, Nov. 15. The design by Thomas is the yellow option in the elementary category.

More than 650 students submitted artwork for the competition from across the state. The Maryland State Board of Elections in partnership with the Fine Arts Office of the Maryland State Department of Education invited student artists in Pre-Kindergarten through Grade 12 to be inspired by Maryland, voting, or elections in Maryland. A panel of guest artists representing every Maryland region judged the artwork for creativity, technique, craftsmanship, and concept.

The artwork with the most votes in each school division category (elementary, middle, and high) will be declared the winners. Three student artists will make history and have their original artwork printed on voting stickers and distributed at voting polling locations across the state beginning in 2020. Additionally, cash prizes will be awarded to the winning students and their art teachers.

Thomas is in Jon Tolerton’s Grade 5 class, and her art teacher is Laura Patacca-Kerr.

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