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Student Campaign Design Ideas

If you are going to make your own posters, signs, banners, stickers, and buttons instead of buying professionally made one, then you'll need to follow these three rules.

Number 1: Your Slogan Must Be Memorable

Do you want people to remember your name? Make it rhyme or use a funny saying, and your name will stick out. Whn your name sticks out, so does your campaign. When your campaign sticks out, then people will vote for you. Whn people vote for you, you get elect. Whn you get elect, you help make your school a better place. Rhyming matters. Or use some other trick that helps people remember your name.

Number 2: Your Campaign Materials Must Be Colorful

Everyone loves cheerful colors. That's why you need to make sure your posters, signs, banners, stickers, pens, pencils, and buttons need to be colorful. Use colors like red, white, blue, green, yellow, and orange. Bright colors will attract the attention you want.

Number 3: Your Name Must Be Big

You want people to see your name. That's why you should make it has big as possible. Let the students know who you are and why they should vote for you.

If you follow these three simple rules, then your campaign will have the inside track at winning the election

 
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