Registrar Announces "I Voted" Sticker Design Contest for Lunenburg Residents, including K-12 students

The Lunenburg County Registrar's Office is seeking a way to showcase local pride with our first "I Voted" Sticker Design Contest.

The chosen sticker design will be used to represent voters from across the county, both on Election Day and year-round on the Registrar's website.

This contest is open to all Lunenburg County residents, especially students as the next generation of voters to promote interest in the election process, particularly during a presidential election year.  Lunenburg County Public Schools have been informed of this contest, but private school and home school students who reside in Lunenburg are also encouraged to participate as are adult citizens living here.

Complete guidelines, deadlines, and prize information available HERE.

Click HERE for the "I Voted" Sticker Design Contest Entry Form, which should be submitted to the General Registrar's Office.  The sticker design should ultimately fit the 2 inch circular template provided on the Entry Form (resizing allowed), but can be attached separately as a hard copy, JPEG, or PDF.  Entries are accepted in person or by email to or by mail to 160 Courthouse Square, Lunenburg, VA 23952.

Contact the Registrar's Office at (434) 696-3071 with any questions.

We are excited to launch this sticker design contest in advance of the 2024 presidential election.  The winning design will be handed out to thousands who cast their ballots during Early Voting, Absentee Voting by Mail, or in person for the General Election on November 5, 2024.  Not only will this give Lunenburg County residents a unique opportunity to have their talent displayed, but it will encourage others to vote and participate in elections now and in the future with that "hometown" pride.