In Dajia, a KMT stronghold, an ad overlooks a busy street.
One candidate fails to get the message: it's biking that's in this year.
A plethora of ads for female candidates in Taichung shows the large number of them running this year at all levels.
Ads crammed three to a wall testify to the battleground that is Taichung.
Pink banners make a nice contrast to the green trees.
A Taichung candidate wants your votes.
The female candidate's URL is great.
This ad north of Chingshui in Taichung county is the only one I've seen this year that mentions ECFA.
Two for the price of one.
This candidate in Fengyuan has had signs up for three years that did not mention her party affiliation. Now she has finally put up signs saying she's DPP. Does this mean it is ok to be DPP this election cycle?
A Blue candidate with a blue sign.
DPP and KMT candidates face off in Tanzi in Taichung county.
A pile of signs in Taichung city.
A KMT candidate raises a fist for you in Taichung city.
DPP candidates in Guishan.
A candidate in Guishan.
The DPP finally won the township chief position here in Guishan in the most recent election. One way that winning local elections helps is that the other side isn't protected when it does thing like remove your signs.
On streetlight poles, candidates compete for your attention.
Another pile of signs at an intersection.
Sound trucks. May a special corner of hell be reserved for them.
This Taoyuan candidate has many signs that don't have his picture on them, all with this kind of workers of the world, unite! feel to them.
On Tatu Mtn outside Taichung city.
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