Susan Merriam

Co-Founder of The Center for American Politics; and Design Brand Strategist + Designer at Graj + Gustavsen

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The Democratic field of presidential contenders is filling up. You can tell a lot about their messages from their political campaign logos -- color, font, punctuation.

What does the design of a political logo say about the candidate?

The Democratic field of presidential contenders is filling up. You can tell a lot about their messages from their political campaign logos -- color, font, punctuation.

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