Brevard Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott Announces Winners of Launch the Vote Student Art Contest

By  //  October 23, 2019

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During November, Chick-fil-A establishments throughout Brevard County will display the artwork

Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott recognized the winners of the 6th Annual Launch the Vote Student Art Contest during an awards reception this morning. (Lori Scott image)

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – Brevard County Supervisor of Elections Lori Scott recognized the winners of the 6th Annual Launch the Vote Student Art Contest during an awards reception this morning.

The winners were then presented with a resolution, sponsored by Commissioner Curt Smith, during the County Commission meeting.

“I am always amazed to see the level of creativity in the artwork submitted by the students showcasing their interest in our electoral process,” said Lori Scott, Brevard County Supervisor of Elections.

“There was a high-level of excitement during the reception when the winners were presented with medals, ribbons, their certificate, and prizes from our wonderful community partners, Chick-fil-A.”

Art contest judges Kelly McKibben, Julie Herndon and Colonel Westanna Bobbit selected the winners from nearly 300 entries from 10 elementary schools.

Winners included 1st Place – Mikala Maria Medina; 2nd Place – Rachel Lorelai Polak; 3rd Place – Ishaani Molugu; and Honorable Mentions Rafael Revueltas, Grace Gallagher and Tiffany Richter.

The winners were then presented with a resolution, sponsored by Commissioner Curt Smith, during the County Commission meeting. 

The art winner selected by Chick-fil-A was Grayson Schmeichel and the Chick-fil-A Honorable Mention was Alyssa Barrios.

The winning artwork will be displayed in the Supervisor of Elections Viera Office for the next year.

During the month of November, Chick-fil-A establishments throughout Brevard County will display the artwork of the first, second and thirrd place winners and the Chick-fil-A Award winner.

The winners were then presented with a resolution, sponsored by Commissioner Curt Smith, during the County Commission meeting. Winners were 1st Place – Mikala Maria Medina; 2nd Place – Rachel Lorelai Polak; 3rd Place – Ishaani Molugu; and Honorable Mentions Rafael Revueltas, Grace Gallagher, and Tiffany Richter. 

Art contest judges Kelly McKibben, Julie Herndon and Colonel Westanna Bobbit selected the winners from nearly 300 entries from 10 elementary schools. 

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