For example, students are allowed to stand in front of their peers and ask for their
votes at sporting events, religious gatherings, or organizational meetings.
No printed or produced material of any kind. This includes, but not limited to: banners,
flags, buttons, flyers, posters, 4ups/handbills, videos (Vine or another media), etc.
Social media promotions are allowed within the following guidelines:
The Homecoming Committee will provide candidates a picture with your name on it that
you and your campaigners (organizations you are involved in, friends/family, colleagues,
associates) may post to social media;
This will be the only photo you will be allowed to post about campaigning;
No other text/promotions are allowed. You may add a caption to your photo, but no
additional form of text campaign.
There is no limit on the number of times you and your campaigners can post the photo
on social media.
Links in social media posts need to take users to the website listing all members
of the Homecoming Court (link will be provided).
Students may not purchase anything for advertising/marketing purposes on social media.
Students may not purchase candy or other materials to be handed out during your verbal
Students may not create a page or special interest group on social media to add to