DFL Sen. Amy Klobuchar and DFL Sen. Al Franken will appear at the Minnesota State Capitol on Sunday for the unveiling of the state’s flag stamp. The United States Postal Service announced the images of the fifty flag stamps in August but the official ceremony will be held in Minnesota on Sunday. Here’s what the Minnesota stamp looks like:
The USPS gave this description of the stamp:
The flag design incorporates the state seal, state flower, state name, and important dates in state history. Snapshot art features a grain elevator on a riverbank with swans in the foreground.
Question of the day: Do you think the stamp represents Minnesota?