On Election Day, 9-year-old Natalie Nicholson's artwork was on display all over Culpeper County, Virginia.
Nicholson designed the winning "I Voted" sticker for the county — an American flag background, with the outline of Virginia in the middle and the words "I Voted." The stickers are used to remind and encourage people to vote, and Nicholson told WJLA she thought it was "really cool to see everybody wearing my art."
Residents in Culpeper County are getting one of these after they vote today. Hear from the fourth grade artist behind the design tonight @ABC7News at 5. #Vote2018 #ElectionDay @CCPSFarm pic.twitter.com/GhkE5dbRwG
— Kellye Lynn (@ABC7Kellye) November 6, 2018
All fourth graders in the county were invited to design a sticker, and Nicholson said it took her about a day and a half to finish. Nicholson may be too young to cast her own ballot, but she understands the significance. "I think it's very important for people to vote so they have a say in government," she told CBS News. Catherine Garcia