Taking the campaign on the road

Wisconsin 8th Congressional District candidate Marc “The Tea Party Candidate” Savard is taking his campaign on the road. Literally.

A Republican candidate for the 8th Congressional District is using his newly repainted recreational vehicle to spread the message of his campaign and his name in the crowded GOP race for the seat.

Marc Savard, a Door County farmer who is one of eight Republican candidates hoping to unseat Rep. Steve Kagen, D-Appleton, is using his family RV, now emblazoned with his name and a reprint of the Constitution, as both advertising and transportation.

“We want to use this to go into some of the smaller communities in the 8th Congressional District,” Savard said. “Most politicians don’t go to places like Shawano and Clintonville. That’s where there are disaffected people.”

After the RV was remodeled about two weeks ago, Savard said it’s been getting attention wherever he takes it, campaign advertising that is less expensive than television ads. (Source: Green Bay Press-Gazette)

Sounds like a smart advertising move Marc Savard.  If you live in the 8th, be on the lookout for the “We the People” mobile.  Word is that it is quite the sight.

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