Alaskans have the chance to weigh in on what the new artistic license plate will look like.

The Alaska State Council on the Arts says five license plates have been selected as finalists from a pool of 142 submissions from Alaskans of all ages from all around the state. 

A panel of celebrity judges, including first lady Donna Walker and musher Aliy Zirkle, reviewed the entries based on the quality of the design submission, readability for law enforcement and imagery that celebrates aspects of Alaskan identity. 

Voting ends on Halloween, and winners will be announced by November 30. The winning design will be available at the DMV for the next four years-- until the Alaska State Council on the Arts holds their next competition.