Wednesday, June 06, 2012

Technological Innovation Helps Turn the Corner for Lempert

Yesterday, township deputy mayor Liz Lempert won the Democratic primary for mayor of Princeton by a 2:1 margin over borough councilman Kevin Wilkes.

Possibly contributing to Lempert's victory was a powerful new technology her campaign employed on election day. Drivers in rush hour traffic at Harrison St and Franklin Ave. could not help but notice the flurry of campaign signage, as human torsos were used to elevate and animate the Lempert placards, with devastating effect. Static placards staked to the ground just didn't stand a chance. If this is a sign of things to come, campaigns in Princeton will never be the same.

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