"IDK Not Trump Tho" campaign makes waves in New Hampshire

- Campaign signs line nearly every street and yard in New Hampshire, but a non-traditional rally cry has gained popularity among the locals. 

The signs don't promote a specific candidate. Rather, they make clear who not to vote for. 

The signs, bumper stickers and t-shirts for this campaign say "IDK Not Trump Tho 2016," tipping their hats to the texting teens and grandmas in cell phone commercials of the world. 

For anyone who doesn't know, "IDK" stands for "I don't know." The campaign is the brainchild of comedian Dave Ross, who sells the signs and gear on his website, idknottrumptho.com, but also offers files and DIY instructions to make your own. 

Under the heading "DIY Campaign Sign," Ross writes: 

1) TAKE THE FILE FROM ME. Right-click this link and choose "Save as": campaignsign1-withbleed.pdf
2) Print it through Staples! (That's what I did.)

He follows the list by explaining one could simply print the file and tape it to a pole in their front yard. 

For a Democratic Party that seems split between Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton, but may be ready to show support for something, "IDK Not Trump Tho 2016" may be a good choice until the party selects its presidential candidate. 

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