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Political campaigns are mainly conducted in the media with messages showing the good points of the candidate and the bad points of the opposing candidate. A campaign is also conducted by each candidate making appearances throughout the country to speak to the voters.

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They can campaign for votes in many ways such as; T.V ads, Leaflets, Public Speaking, Posters, Badges, Presentations.

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They are oiled with money and powered by lobbyists, big busniss and special interest groups

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