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Fifth grader wins Livingston County’s “I Voted” sticker contest

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The Livingston County Board of Elections announced that Mount Morris Central School fifth grader Johnathan Rudney won the county’s first “I Voted” sticker design contest.


Rudney’s design was chosen from five finalists by community members in April. His artwork will be featured on stickers distributed to voters and used in digital graphics to promote elections. The contest aimed to encourage local election participation and was open to Livingston County students in grades 5-12.

Livingston County Board of Elections Commissioner Gary Nageldinger congratulated Rudney and thanked all participants. He emphasized the importance of educating young people about democracy. Rudney received an award at Mount Morris Central School on May 7 and will be recognized at the Board of Supervisors meeting on May 22. His design will be used until the November 2025 election.