Political bumper stickers going the way of the dinosaur

While out driving, you may notice the lack of bumper stickers on cars this political season. It appears that bumper stickers and political buttons of old school campaigns have “bitten the dust.”

Campaigns are still spending money on items used for name identification, but the new revolutionary aspect of campaigns is to direct spending toward social media. Most campaigns now have Facebook and Twitter to promote their campaign.

This Fox News video explains:


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