This summer Ulster County, New York held a contest to design an "I Voted" sticker. They received six submissions from area teens:
Here are the voting results:
14-year-old Hudson Rowan, with 93% of the vote, was the clear winner.
"It's got crazy bulging eyes, mangled looking hair, looking off into the distance ... some crazy, like, spider robot legs shooting outta the sides," Rowan told NPR. "It kind of gives a chaotic vibe."
Rowan and his design are spot-on. Of all the entries, his most accurately depicts what it currently feels like to participate in democracy.
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