GREEN Campaign

Running a campaign either large or small can be a lot of work with signs to place and papers to hand out. I have decided to take a responsible approach to all the “Dan for Mayor” marketing material. All my postcards and bookmarks are printed on 100% recycled paper and all my signs are ½ to 1/3 the size of the average political sign. I believe it is important not to be wasteful of material and have even limited my sign amount to 500. We need to help keep Edmonton clean and lets all do our part. What do you think Edmonton?

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Comments: 3
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    A. Diehl (Monday, 11 October 2010 00:03)

    I would prefer to see zero signs used for elections- as it only plays on folks' tendencies to just vote for a name they recognize whether they know anything about the candidate or not. As a huge percentage of elligible voters are more familiar with internet use than even reading a newspaper, wouldn't it be beneficial for candidates to launch a stronger web campaign? Not to mention more cost efficient. Seems petty, but ties in closely with our sad voter turnouts I imagine.

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    Jordan Retro 7 (Wednesday, 11 July 2012 03:40)

    Recent studies are showing that shopping online leads to reduced fuel consumption and air pollution, because so much of our car travel is dedicated to shopping. http://www.jordan-7-retro.com/

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