Johnson County Election Office announces “Future Voter” sticker contest

Future Voter Sticker Contest: Let your imagination soar and express what being a future voter means to you through your unique sticker design

The Johnson County Election Office invites elementary and middle school students to unleash their creativity by participating in their “Future Voter” sticker design contest. This exciting initiative aims to inspire Johnson County’s youth to actively explore and express the significance of civic responsibility through art.

“This contest is an excellent opportunity for Johnson County’s youth to be creative and see a glimpse into the democratic process,” Johnson County Election Commissioner Fred Sherman said.

The competition is open to Johnson County students in grades K-8. Three designs will be chosen – one from K-2, 3-5, and 6-8 grades – to be distributed to youth at advance voting sites and Election Day polling sites.

Key Contest Details

  • Eligibility: Students in grades K-8, or home-schooled students between the ages of five and 14.
  • Submission Deadline: May 3, 2024
  • Design Specifications: Artwork must be round and include the phrase “Future Voter”. See the contest rules at for more information.
  • A complete submission includes: Sticker design, entry form, and a parental/guardian consent form.
  • Entries can be submitted:
    • Electronically to:
    • Mail/in-person to:
      • Johnson County Election Office
      • Attn: Future Voter Sticker Contest
      • 2101 E. Kansas City Rd.
      • Olathe, KS 66061

Official contest rules, entry and parental/guardian consent forms, and a design template can be found at

Election Office
News Releases