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So you've decided to help out your school by running for office? Good for you. We need more people like you who want to make a difference in the world. So how are you going to get your message across? By hanging up posters, banners, ads, pictures, and handing out stickers, pens, and pencils. How should you go about doing this? By joining one of these two groups:

The Do-It-Yourself Group

If you join this group, you will need to collect supplies. You will need to use the money set aside for your campaign and go to the store to buy supllies. You will need to pick out the colors, paper, markers, crayons, rulers, stickers, pens, and pencils. Then you will have to take them home and draw your motto, slogan, and pictures on each item you are going to use for your campaign. If you can't draw that well, you can get templates and stencils to help you make your posters look good.Make sure you take the time to make your signs readable and clean.

The Spend-Your-Money-Wisely-Group

If you join this group, you will use the campaign funds to buy professional posters, signs, ads, banners, stickers, pens, and pencils. This will allow you to show the students how professional you are and give you more time for meeting students and sharing your campaign platform with them.

 

 
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