Filed under: Creative Activism, Political Pranks
Submitted by Andrew Boyd of Agit-Pop:
And when Agit-Pop and the Campaign for Fair Elections sent Benjamin Franklin and friends to razz BP’s major lobbying firm, the Washington Post stood up and took notice.
In one of the cooler Agit-Pop actions in a while, the framers stood guard at the biggest fundraising hot spots in DC – and caught more than a few Congressmen taking their cues from Big Money, getting major press attention along the way.
Take part in more delicious Fair Elections Now hijinks – learn about July 4th events happening in your community.
– Andrew Boyd, Chairman of the Blurb, & John Sellers, Chief Existential Officer, Agit-Pop
photo: Fair Elections Now