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Five Funny Political Statement Signs

Political signs tend to stay on the safe side with messaging and slogans that are standard and formulaic. While sticking to this method may work for a majority of candidates, funny political signs create an exciting opportunity for candidates to break from the pack and stand out. Here are five funny political statements that are effective and appealing to voters:

  1. Poking fun at oneself shows voters that a candidate is willing to laugh at him or herself. The public generally appreciates funny political signs that are self-effacing in terms of acknowledging a well-known characteristic that gets attention in the media or by the opponent. The key to this type of political humor is to remember that less is more. Over-the-top wording, images, and slogans can easily be a turn-off.
  2. A gentle jab at the opponent in a lighthearted manner may expose a politician to a completely new demographic of voters. Campaigns must be wary, however, as signs that border on negative and callous may cost a candidate his/her own voters. Subtle one-liners or satirical imagery that alludes to an opponent’s weakness can still give voters a good laugh while keeping emotions positive.
  3. Displaying witty messages on political signs to demonstrate an opponent’s contradicting stance on issues is also effective. This strategy keeps the focus on issues rather than the opponent while still poking fun at inconsistencies in a politician’s platform and the reality of a situation. For example, BuildASign offers funny political statement signs that are witty in nature, such as “Stop Global Whining” where the “O” in Stop appears as a frown.
  4. Playing with one’s name is a strategy that started early on in American politics. Candidates who are able to use their name in creative ways may add a hint of humor to their political signs. For example, in the 1944 presidential election between Franklin D. Roosevelt and Thomas E. Dewey, the latter used the slogan, “Well Dewey or Don’t We."
  5. Taking a well-known image or slogan and changing it to reflect a political message displays the playful side of a politician. For example, using an eye chart to spell out a political message is sure to catch the attention of voters.

 

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