Ohio voters will have a new look (sort of) when they go to the polls this November.
Secretary of State Frank LaRose announced the finalists last week for the new design of the state's "I Voted" sticker, given to all citizens after they cast their ballots. Over 2,000 submissions were received from children across the state, and people can now (fittingly) vote for their favorite design.
"I’m so encouraged by the overwhelming enthusiasm from young people all over our great state," said LaRose. "It’s a testament to their passion for the power and importance of voting."
One of the final designs comes from Ian McDaniel, a senior at the Hawken School in Gates Mills. Voting runs through this Friday, and you can pick your favorite design here.
McDaniel sat down to talk about his design with Jim Donovan on Donovan Live. You can watch the interview in the player above.