Picture of the day: Jobbik new election poster

Thursday, October 3, 2013

In addition to traditional election posters, this year the party will display city ​​light posters in bus shelters, in the subway, and inner-city areas where billboards are not available.


Jobbik targets young people in the national election campaign

Jobbik will reach out to older generations through young people said Jobbik spokeswoman Dóra Dúró at a press conference on Friday. The press-conference was called to mark the launch of the party's billboard campaign.

The politician pointed out that Jobbik is the most popular party in the 18 to 29 year old age group.

However, the mainstream media stonewalling party messages that's why Jobbik is forced to use other means, like billboard ads to get the word out so that the electorate can learn about Jobbik's election programs said the spokeswoman.

About six hundred posters will be put up throughout the country, targeting social groups in selected locations where Jobbik is less popular than the other parties. Otherwise, the party's campaign will be focusing on Budapest and the big cities said Dóra Dúró.

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Anonymous said...

What is the translation of the text of this poster ? Thanks.

Anonymous said...

U cant stop the future

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