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Osocio’s top 5 American election posts

Posted by Tom Megginson | 6-11-2012 04:24 | Category: Politics



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Tomorrow, Americans will decide the political direction of their country for the next four years. We’ve been keeping track of the social campaigns that have been trying to influence the vote. Here are our five most popular “decision 2012” posts:

#5 - Today’s adults speak for The Future Children

This campaign by Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, using children as mouthpieces for left-wing political statements, was actually pulled from online circulation after complaints. But thanks to the magic of Adland, we still have a viewable copy.

#4 - “Buy Vice President Biden a Trans Am” is the most awesome indigogo ever

A completely tongue-in-cheek parody, but still incredibly entertaining.

#3 - Gum election: Share who sucks the most

A hilarious street art project by Stefan Haverkamp and James Cooper.

#2 - Sarah Silverman’s voter ID PSA will make you laugh out loud

My personal favourite. She is an amazing talent.


#1 - Postcards from another time when powerful men feared women voters

This was just posted today, but when we shared it with Rock The Slut Vote, it really hit a nerve. Women in the United States have come a long way (baby), but they still have a long way to go.

American readers, celebrate your democratic rights tomorrow. And make smart choices while the world watches.









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