Me-Jane is running on COP (Chocolate-Only-Party) ticket. “Chocolate should be available day and night.”
Muffin Man is running on DOP (Depends-Upon Party) ticket. “Athol businesses should be alphabetically situated.”
Ms. Lessparts is running on FOP (Forgive-Our-Husbands Party) Ticket. She has not issued a platform statement.
Yon Wonder, Athol’s fitness trainer, is running on the newly formed Loathe-Sticky-Labels-On-Produce Party (LOP) ticket. “Sticky labels for produce should be banned.”
Artist Ah entered the Mayoral Race on the Most-Certainly Party ticket (MOP). She has not issued a platform statement.
Elsie-What-When started a new political party, POP (Promise-to-Keep-Our-Promise Party) ticket. What-When wants “La” removed from Athol business names.
Ulric Utter is running on the SLOP (Speak-Lovingly Party) ticket. “Violent and scary words should be banned.” He recently proposed a ban against cookbooks that use “whip,” “beat,” “chop,” and other violent words in their recipes.