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Campaign Signs & Posters

Campaign signs and posters are the best way to let people know you're running for office. They can be small enough to place on bulletin boards or large enough to hang from your gym's rafters. But what kind of strategy should you use to ensure the maximum amount of people will see your signs and poster?

How many posters should you have?

We here at MyStudentElection think a campaign should use as many posters as it takes to cover the main hall, lunch room, lockers, bathrooms, bus area, car area, and voting area. The more posters used, the better the chance the students will remember your name.But always be mindful of your budget.

Where should you put these up?

Usually your school will tell you were you can and can't put your campaign posters and signs up. So check the rules they give you when you sign up. No sense getting your hard work taken down for putting them up in the wrong area.

What should my strategy be?

We believe you should focus on making your posters as eye catching as possible. Have bright colors and funny slogans. Make sure the posters and signs are put up at eye level. Make sure you put them up in the lunch room, bus area, car area, hallways, bathrooms, and on lockers. And remember the most important thing...make sure people make the connection between your posters and signs with your face.

 
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