Gum Election 2012: Stick It to the Candidate You Hate the Most

A cynical take on this year's race

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In the event that your polling place was destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, you can still vote for president early by smearing gum on the candidate you hate the most. Gum Election 2012—a street-art project by creatives Stefan Haverkamp, Hedvig Astrom and James Cooper—has put up signs all over New York City, as well as cities in California and Canada (the latter of whose gum ballots won't be counted), with Obama and Romney's faces on them.

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