The state of Florida is considering taking up my suggested campaign slogan
From The South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Election officials at state and local levels are considering posting signs in polling places and including material in absentee ballots throughout the 16th Congressional District clarifying that a vote for former U.S. Rep. Mark Foley is a vote for his Republican replacement Joe Negron....
"If that sign is permitted, we're going to fight it," said Wahid Mahmood, chairman of the Democratic Party in Palm Beach County. "It's not fair to other candidates; it's a campaign slogan."
Sterling Ivey, spokesman for the Florida Division of Elections, said state law does not prohibit such signs from being posted at polling places in an effort to clear up confusion for voters....
However, constitutional law experts at Florida Atlantic University and the University of Florida argue that signs could be construed as campaign material, and therefore in violation of state law.
"It sounds problematic to me," said Joseph Little, a constitutional law professor at UF. "It touches on campaigning ... and that would be entirely inappropriate. I don't think it should be the business of government to be making those decisions."