Political stickers are daily reminders of past elections
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Although most of the candidate yard signs come down within a few days (hopefully), bumper stickers can keep a campaign (and a name) alive long after all the votes are counted.
For years, I saw a sticker for Bob Dole and Jack Kemp. They ran against Bill Clinton and Al Gore in 1996. I was always going to snap a picture. One day during COVID-19, someone must have crashed into that traffic light. There's a new shiny pole at that Hillsborough Township intersection. The Dole/Kemp sticker is now only a memory.
So, what political bumper stickers from elections gone by, have you seen lately (or have you seen every day, for years)?
And, don't forget to vote by ballot, New Jersey.