Campaign signs win elections. They are influenced by visual signs. Campaign Signs
Your signs should be used to raise your candidate's name recognition - by having the voters see your candidate's name over and over again, they will come to recognize him or her as a candidate. Similarly, by seeing your signs in many different places, the voters will get the impression that your campaign is receiving widespread support across the district.
Most campaigns don't plan out a strategy for yard signs. Instead, they simply send out volunteers to place the signs wherever they can. This is a mistake. The key to ensuring that your signs succeed is planning out a detailed yard sign strategy - where should your signs go and when.
Of course, the answers to these questions are largely based on your campaigns financial situation, which determines how many signs you can purchase. Will you be able to blanket the district in signs, or will you only be able to afford a few dozen signs that will have to last you through the entire campaign?
Another key element to your plan is timing when your signs go up. In many municipalities, there are laws which govern yard signs and when they may be posted, so check to make sure your campaign complies with the law. My usual advice to campaigns is that, unless there is an important strategic or financial reason, yard signs should start going up as soon as legally possible. Raising name ID is hard, and you'll need all the time you can get to be successful. Incumbents, too, should plan on placing yard signs as soon as possible.
1 For the end, a Psalm of David, concerning the secrets of the Son. I will give thanks to thee, O Lord, with my whole heart; I will recount all thy wonderful works.
2 I will be glad and exult in thee: I will sing to thy name, O thou Most High.
3 When mine enemies are turned back, they shall be feeble and perish at thy presence.
4 For thou hast maintained my cause and my right; thou satest on the throne, that judgest righteousness.
5 Thou hast rebuked the nations, and the ungodly one has perished; thou hast blotted out their name for ever, even for ever and ever.
6 The swords of the enemy have failed utterly; and thou hast destroyed cities: their memorial has been destroyed with a noise,
7 but the Lord endures for ever: he has prepared his throne for judgment.
8 And he will judge the world in righteousness, he will judge the nations in uprightness.
9 The Lord also is become a refuge for the poor, a seasonable help, in affliction.
10 And let them that know thy name hope in thee: for thou, O Lord, hast not failed them that diligently seek thee.
11 Sing praises to the Lord, who dwells in Sion: declare his dealings among the nations.
12 For he remembered them, in making inquisition for blood: he has not forgotten the supplication of the poor.
13 Have mercy upon me, O Lord; look upon my affliction which I suffer of mine enemies, thou that liftest me up from the gates of death:
14 that I may declare all thy praises in the gates of the daughter of Sion: I will exult in thy salvation.
15 The heathen are caught in the destruction which they planned: in the very snare which they hid is their foot taken.
16 The Lord is known as executing judgments: the sinner is taken in the works of his hands. A song of Pause.
17 Let sinners be driven away into Hades, even all the nations that forget God.
18 For the poor shall not be forgotten for ever: the patience of the needy ones shall not perish for ever.
19 Arise, O Lord, let not man prevail: let the heathen be judged before thee.
20 Appoint, O Lord, a lawgiver over them: let the heathen know that they are men. Pause.
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