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Campaign Pranks

Would you be more or less inclined to vote for a candidate who plays tasteful pranks on their opponents?

Would you be more or less inclined to vote for a candidate who conducts a smear campaign?

Last one, campaign signs: larger and fewer quantity or smaller and more quantity?

I welcome your input, however short answered it may be.

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Give me the prankster

A candidate who plays tasteful pranks on their opponents? I would be MORE inclined to vote for a candidate like that. It would show that he's not a tight-ass square DeceptiBOT. Why the eff are politicians so serious all the time???

Smear Campaigns? LESS inclined. That's just a dirty tactic and most of the time the smears are out of context and false.

Signs? Either one. I would love to see LOTS of small signs in the "Yard-Sign Caucus". Indicative of grassroots support by individuals. On the other side, I would like to see more bigger signs as an indication of liberty-minded activists are working together for a common cause.

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Actually LOLd

Excellent, let's re-title this thread to be best and worst campaign slogans. :)

The weird thing is, in my town, it might actually work.

Our current mayor is a sleazy money-grubber who doesn't care who knows it.

Not that I'm sleazy or money but I'm definitely a grubber of some kind...

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