Three 'I Voted' stickers in Nevada rated top in the USA

Washoe County, Douglas County and Clark County are being honored for their 'I Voted' stickers.
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RENO, Nev. (KOLO) - Originality counts!

The U.S. Election Assistance Commission (EAC) has judged that three 'I Voted' stickers in Nevada as among the top five in the nation.

Washoe County, Douglas County and Clark County are being honored for their 'I Voted' stickers, along with Louisiana and Alaska.

The "Clearies" Awards judge the stickers based on originality and creativity.

According to the EAC, Washoe County's sticker was created in 2018, featuring the Sierra in the background and the city skyline.

Douglas County's sticker includes braille 'I Voted' in raised dots for the visually impaired. Douglas County says their's is the first known 'I Voted' sticker in the country to include braille.

You can get your own sticker by casting your ballot in Nevada's 2020 primary and general elections.

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Washoe County 'I Voted' sticker. Courtesy: Washoe County.
Clark County 'I Voted' sticker. Courtesy: Clark County.
I Voted sticker, courtesy: Douglas County