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« on: June 10, 2005 03:26:50 PM »

Hey everyone!  I am running for school president!  The term starts next September, and they are electing a winner the 16th of this month.  This week, on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, we are allowed to campaign.  I am the only girl running!  I only have 3 other competitors because no one else out of the whole seventh grade, which has hundreds of students, made the cut!! I am really proud that I made it, and I really want to win this!

I need some really cool and eye-catching ideas for posters and buttons and things of that nature.  Please please please help???! Thank you sooo much!!

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« Reply #1 on: June 10, 2005 08:17:46 PM »

I always used really bright colors, but a consistent theme as well.  Don't just randomly put up posters everywhere with anything on them, post strategically.  Put them up over stairwells and door ways, near the cafeteria/library/music room/theater, and in the foyer and across from the entrances and exits of stairwells.  Make sure you make plenty of posters of varying sizes (smaller ones can be put up more liberally, or even just handed out) so that when the kids start tearing them down, you can just keep putting them back up.  Also, be sure you put up posters on both sides of every hallway possible, but not too close together.  Use your best judgment: if it seems like there are too many posters in a certain area, take some down.  Make sure you can easily read your name on the posters: if they don't remember who you are, how will they vote for you? 

With the bright colors, make sure they match.  Don't just use fluorescent colors because they stand out: they can be difficult to read as well.  Bright accents go a long way.  Maybe you can mount the posters onto a larger piece of bright, complimentary colored poster board.

Hope this helps.
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