Gum Election Ballot on Worst Wireless Carrier

Posted on: February 15th, 2011 at 6:28 am by

It’s been a tad over two years, but the modern democracy-loving folks behind Gum Election are back with another interactive street ballot.  And this one is just priceless. It’s pretty simple really – who sucks more, Verizon or AT&T?

This latest guerrilla campaign launched the night before Verizon released their long-anticipated iPhone 4. From the look of this printout taped to the facade of 231 Lafayette Street, AT&T definitely sucks the most.  But everyone pretty much knew that already.  Which carrier will taste your gum?

Below is a video which explains more about Gum Election:

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    thank you for blogging about our street art project. we just added your photo to gumelection.com too. thanks for looking out.

    • It’s an awesome campaign. We’ll keep our eyes peeled for more neighborhood sightings.

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