Editors Note: Throughout the 2011 territorial election Aasman will be blogging side-by-side comparisons of communication tactics used by the various parties. We invite you to get engaged in the comment section of each post. Enjoy!
Election signs are the most visible indication that an election is underway. For those who don't read the newspaper, watch the news or generally live from day-to-day under a rock, an election sign is often their first and sometimes only tip that they may be called upon to vote.
Below is a selection of the signs that greet me on my walk to and from work each day through Riverdale.
What are your thoughts? What have you been noticing in your neck of the woods? What do signs say about campaigns? Let us know in the comment section.
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