End The Drug War


Number printed: 100


NOLA Large Dashboard Sign (Economic & Personal Freedom)


Year: 2018
Number printed: 500


Houston Large Dashboard Sign (Economic & Social Freedom)


Year: 2018
Number printed: 200


Orlando Dashboard Sign


Year: 2016
Number printed: 200


Rebecca Paddock for US Senate


Year: 2014
Number printed: 100


Ed Rankin for US Congress


Year: 2014
Number printed: 50


Max Koch III for US Congress


Year: 2014
Number printed: 50


Hugh Chauvin for US Congress


Year: 2014
Number printed: 50


Original Dashboard Sign


Years: 2012 and 2013
Number printed: Approximately 450 (in two printings)
Notes: This was part of our attempt to fill the gap left by the state party. We still didn't have enough money to print enough of them.

The dashboard size has been very popular given its versalitily, however.


Wes Sign


Year: 2012
Number printed: 115
Notes: Based on the 2006 Wes Benedict design. We printed generic party signs to try to fill a gap left by a decision of the SLEC to not print more generic party signs despite having run out.


Junart Sodoy for US Congress


Election Cycle: 2012
Number printed: 50?
Notes: A major factor in selecting Sodoy was to try to have signs visible to New Mexico voters.


Betsy Dewey for US Congress


Election Cycle: 2012
Number printed: 100


Matt Solodow for US Congress


Election Cycle: 2012
Number printed: 50?
Notes: This is the only professionally printed sign that met the original two color specification. All subsequent signs use revised designs. Unfortunately, no known copies of this sign survive.


NO


Year: 2011
Notes: Generic and applies equally well to past, present, and future amendments and referenda.


Dr Mary Ruwart for Comptroller


Election Cycle: 2010
Number printed: 50


Jon Roland for Attorney General


Election Cycle: 2010
Number printed: 50


Ryan Gray for State Rep


Election Cycle: 2010
Number printed: 50


Jeff Daiell for Governor


Election Cycle: 2010
Number printed: 300
Notes: Lost the nomination bid to Kathie Glass.


Steve Nichols for Governor


Election Cycle: 2010
Number printed: 300
Notes: Lost the nomination bid to Kathie Glass.


M. J. "Smitty" Smith for Governor


Election Cycle: 2010
Number printed: 100
Notes: Lost the nomination bid to Kathie Glass.


Stephen Smith for State Rep


Election Cycle: 2008 (post-nomination)
Number printed: less than 50


Richard Cross for State Senate


Election Cycle: 2008 (post-nomination)
Number printed: less than 50



Angry? Vote for Us!


Election Cycle: 2008 (post-nomination)
Number printed: less than 25


Yvonne Adams Schick for US Senate


Election Cycle: 2008 (pre-nomination, post-nomination)
Number printed: less than 100
Notes: Defeated Jon Roland and Scott Jameson for the nomination.


Jon Roland for US Senate


Election Cycle: 2008 (pre-nomination)
Number printed: less than 50
Notes: Our first sign to meet the original specification by being printed in two colors; earliest batches were one-color; Jon Roland lost the nomination bid to Yvonne Schick.


David Floyd for Railroad Commissioner


Election Cycle: 2008 (pre-nomination)
Number printed: Less than 25



No on 15


Year: 2007
Number printed: 100
Notes: Amendment 15 was basically a 3 billion dollar corporate giveaway masquerading as a referendum on whether or not cancer is bad. Naturally it passed, but support was waning towards the end, especially in Austin where at least half of these signs were deployed.


James Werner for Governor


Election cycle: 2006
Number printed: 100