Campaign Signs May Become Collectors Items



You must admit it's a name to remember: Young Boozer III. Boozer won the race for Alabama state treasurer, despite a rash of campaign sign thefts early in the campaign. It appears that college students wanted the signs for their dorms and frat houses. Boozer's campaign manager Glenda Allred said there were still signs left to be picked up after the election.
Allred said the name, and the signs, have led to some odd requests, particularly people from out of state who requested signs even though they had no say in the election.

One request came from a journalist with the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. "He came down to cover the BP oil spill and saw the sign as he was going down the interstate," Allred said. "He called saying how he read about the candidate, saw the website and was following the race."

The future value of the signs is uncertain. Link -via Arbroath

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