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ADOT Safety Message Contest voting period extended

Vote for your favorite entry through March 26

Winning messages in ADOT’s safety message contest last year included one penned by Ashley Servatius: “That’s the / temperature — not / the speed limit.” The voting period for this year’s contest has been extended.(Courier Illustration)

Winning messages in ADOT’s safety message contest last year included one penned by Ashley Servatius: “That’s the / temperature — not / the speed limit.” The voting period for this year’s contest has been extended.(Courier Illustration)

The voting period for the Arizona Department of Transportation’s Safety Message Contest has been extended. Through Monday, March 26, the 15 message finalists can be viewed and votes can be cast at azdot.gov/signcontest.

A few of the message finalists are as follows:

Drive distracted // be subtracted

Road rage // gives you // wrinkles

Buckle up // buttercup

Dance like no one // is watching – drive // like everyone is

The voting period was extended because last week – shortly after opening the contest voting period — ADOT’s website began experiencing issues that restricted use of the site, making unavailable the voting page for about three days.

Originally, voting was scheduled to run March 15 through 21. If you got through to the site and were able to cast a vote, your vote has been collected and will be counted.

The two messages that receive the most votes will appear on overhead message boards statewide in April.

Information provided by the Arizona Department of Transportation.