posted July 17, 2012 14:35
Okay from elections past it was common for conservatives to have red or mostly red signs.
The liberals used blue colors.
This election for county and state offices has me wondering, some candidates are using green on white, white on green. Yellow on white or white on yellow. Pink, Black, and even Orange.
Now I still remember my resister color codes that tell the value of a resister or capacitor but these political signs have me wondering. Brown, Black, Red plus Silver meant that the value was within 10% of 1000 ohms.
Are these candidates trying to disavow connections with parties of the past?
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