Election posters are so last century
Do election candidates really still have to hoist their effigy up a pole? What’s wrong with using radio and TV?
I got hit by one recently. A low-flying election can,didate that is. He had come unstuck from his perch on the telephone pole, his cable ties were a bit loose. Bang! He caught me on the side of the head. It was bloody sore. He won’t be getting my vote is all I’m saying. But it did cause me to reflect. Is this the best way to get your message across? A single-use plastic poster...
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