Our first table was at last weekend's convention of the Libertarian Party of Texas. Our newest revision to our sign template was well-received, and we were contacted by multiple candidates interested in using our template for their own signs.
With several counties out of Libertarian Party signs and an already exhausted stock of the Wes signs we printed last month, I have created a smaller and less expensive sign. It can be mounted on an H stake, stapled vertically to a wooden stake, or even put in a car dashboard.
With the SLEC not authorizing any more state party signs this year, I have created an update of the Wes Benedict sign design. The statue logo is the original version and larger, and the problematic slogan that the SLEC selected several years ago is replaced by one that Arthur Thomas and I worked out:
After years of searching off and on for a complete version of the classical statue logo before someone oversimplified and shortened it in the second half of the 1990s, I finally found enough to create a long overdue vector reconstruction.
This version is far more richly detailed and has a taller aspect ratio.