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    The High School Election

    Hey guys.
    April's rolling around, which means Student Council elections at our school. After being president for three years, this year, I'm running for vice president, with elections starting in two weeks. I've come up with some good slogans so far, but I also wanted to see what we could come up with here. I'm looking for something witty, funny, and not overused.

    So, what do you guys think would be the perfect campaign slogan?

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    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    Location
    New Orleans, Louisiana
    Quote Originally Posted by godukerocks View Post
    After being president for three years, this year, I'm running for vice president, with elections starting in two weeks.
    "I won't Al Gore you to death"?
    "I know how to spell POTATO"?


    Not really sure what an effective VP slogan would be. Without your name -- and I'm not asking for it -- you have to go with something generic. To play off current national events:

    "Yes they can... but I will."
    "[Name] for change, but only a little bit."


    Or you could go with honesty:

    "I'm actually asking for this demotion."
    "Until there's alcohol, there's me."


    The following may apply if your school is on an island:

    "We'll build a bridge to 21st Street."
    "Vote or get off the boat."


    Any other suggestions, whether they're helpful or just for our amusement? Help a young person out!

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    I recommend going after your opponents - here's a fine example of a well-run smear campaign

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    Location
    Lompoc, West Carolina
    Quote Originally Posted by brevity View Post
    [B] or just for our amusement?
    I couldn't say it much better than they already have in that signature.

    Tyler travels......perfect!
    What's your favorite beer? "The fifth one, I think. That's the one that makes me handsome and fearless."


    "These were the Dark Ages. Ages darker the anyone had ever expected."

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    "Tonight, at The Pit, Everybody Gets..."

    Oh wait, high school election. Nevermind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brevity View Post
    "I won't Al Gore you to death"?
    "I know how to spell POTATO"?


    Not really sure what an effective VP slogan would be. Without your name -- and I'm not asking for it -- you have to go with something generic. To play off current national events:

    "Yes they can... but I will."
    "[Name] for change, but only a little bit."


    Or you could go with honesty:

    "I'm actually asking for this demotion."
    "Until there's alcohol, there's me."


    The following may apply if your school is on an island:

    "We'll build a bridge to 21st Street."
    "Vote or get off the boat."


    Any other suggestions, whether they're helpful or just for our amusement? Help a young person out!

    Lol, those are pretty good. I found out today there is only one other person running for the spot; a relief. I just might use the 'only little bit of a change' slogan a few times.


    And if your really bored and thinking of some more later, my name, is A.J.

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    go with the tried and the true:

    Guaranty off campus for lunch
    Free soda at lunch
    Free pizza

    ...or just go with the Zack Morris approach and pay everyone a quarter to vote for you (or the Mugabe approach and rig the election - sorry, PP board . . .I know)
    My Quick Smells Like French Toast.

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