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Should political election ads be banned until after an election is called?

    91 voters  
Score   Percent
Yes  74
82%
No  15
17%
Undecided  1
1%

Comments

Yes: A ruling Party has too great an advantage over the other political parties because they can disguise it as a public service ad and have taxpayer funding. Peace Y
Yes: Not appreciative of call from Larry Millers office at 8:20pm June 19th asking if they could count on my support in the upcoming election. I asked if he would take part in an all-candidates meeting and was told it would depend.. That was my answer too!!
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Yes: Election ads have become so negative. We don't need to listen to the negativity months in advance. In fact we don't need to listen to it at all. Isn't it time we had positive election campaigning.
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Yes: and lawn/roadside signs should be banned entirely, they're an eyesore and driver distraction. They say nothing about the candidate, just show who has the most money to spend on signs!
No: Corrupt Conservative ads should be banned.
Yes: Grow up all of you, stop throwing mud, and focus on the issues in our world and our Country
Yes: All political ads should be banned at all times if paid for with our tax dollars.
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No: Party ads should be allowed but 3rd party advertising must be stopped. All polls should reveal the name of the ones who are paying and what questions were asked.
Yes: The ads most definitely should be banned. The parties should use the allotted campaign time only.
Yes: Yes They Should Be Banned
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