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BEST IF USED BY: NOVEMBER 5, 1996

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In the bustling digital future, the voting booth will be obsolete. But since no one will be able to afford e-mail once the Post Office takes it over, candidates will have to be scanned at the Piggly Wiggly come election year. So Creativity asked a few politically inspired advertising and design pros to take the Big Three and turn them into package goods (or bads, as the case may be, and Perot, it turns out, was once again ignored). Better rush out and pick these up soon-supply, thank God, is limited.

Sayles Graphic Design, Des Moines

Art Director/Designer: John Sayles

Copywriter: Bob Harbert

Photographer: Bill Nellans

Thirst, Barrington, Ill.

Creative Director: Rick Valicenti

Scott Stowell Design, Brooklyn, N.Y.

Creative Director: Scott Stowell

R/GA Digital Studios, New York

Creative Director: David A. Elkins

WongDoody, Seattle

Copywriter: Jeanne Ivy

Art Director: Mike Sundell

Creative Director: Tracy Wong

Ben Wheeler, senior art director, J. Walter Thompson/New York

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