Bangkok Governor Election Posters 2009


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This is a banner put across some posters of “Sam” Yuranan Pamornmontri (see below). It reads: Former MP of the Dindaeng district and former deputy spokesperson for the government


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It reads: Vote  “Kaewsan” Number 12


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It reads: Professional executive, experienced in working for Bangkok Metropolitan Administration - Athas Monsereenusorn, Bangkok governor candidate - Former assistant to Bangkok governor’s secretary - Executive who turns successful since age of 21 years old


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It reads: Governor who is an academic or a governor who is a professional executive? - Number 14 - Athas, the real executive - Clear cut


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It reads: We are going to run a better administration of Bangkok than the government does for the nation - Believe in the Phea Thai team - Vote for "Sam" Yuranan Pamonmontri - Number 10 - The 10 qualified policies for better Bangkok - www.sam10.net
[This is a last week push to strongly identify Sam as a kind of protest candidate against the Democrat-led government.]



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It reads: Vote Kaewsan Atipothi to be Bangkok governor - Number 12 - Hand in hand with me to create a new Bangkok - [on the dark green banner] Honest with contribution - The budget of 60 billion baht is not to lose [referring to Bangkok city budget]


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It reads: Number 12 - Vote for Kaewsan Atipoh - For Bangkok governor


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It reads: Phea Thai Party - Give him opportunity to be part of the national administration - Give us the opportunity to administrate Bangkok for the better - “Sam” Yuranan Pamornmontri - Number 10


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It reads: Phea Thai Party - Give us the chance to think and do for renovation for better Bangkok - Sam-Yuranan Pamonmontri Number 10 - The union of 111+ 37 members who are pros of the nation to change Bangkok’s image


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It reads: The Democrat Party - Real good environment - Good and fast clean up for trash - Increase the green zone by 5000 rais - Please vote M.R. Sukhumphan Boriphat Number 2 - for Bangkok governor on January 11, 2009 - “I am ready to lead Bangkok to become the metropolitan of the new era" - www.suksmile.com


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It reads: The Democrat Party - Real safety - to increase 50,000 more spots with lights - 10,000 close-circuit cameras together with a 24-hour operating center - Please vote M.R. Sukhumphan Boriphat - Number 2 - for Bangkok governor on January 11, 2009 - “I am ready to lead Bangkok to become the metropolitan of the new era" - www.suksmile.com

 


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Knows how to manage - December 20, 2008
It reads: Vote Kaewsan Atipoh, number 12 for Bangkok elected governor - Honest - Follows through - Works tight - Knows how to manage


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New bangkok governor elections - December 31, 2008
It reads:
Altogether again - 11 January 2009 Bangkok governor election - 8:00-15:00 for a better Bangkok

Sam - December 18, 2008

It reads: Phea Thai Party - Yuranan Pamornmontri (Sam) - Number 10 - 10 qualified policies for better Bangkok - www.sam10.net

Some Thai forums have made light of the fact that the poster design has Sam's eyes Photoshopped as totally black (above).


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Politics is about working - December 17, 2008
It reads: Vote Kaewsan Atipoh , number 12 for Bangkok elected governor - “Politics is [about] working... It’s time to work… The new Bangkok group is ready to go through!"


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19 projects - December 15, 2008
It reads: Policy is not just a dream, what important is its feasibility—19 projects I volunteer to do to repair Bangkok - Number 8 - M.L.  Natthakorn Thewakul (Khun Pluem)


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20 hours a day - December 13, 2008
It reads: Work 20 hours a day - 7 days a week without national holidays - I volunteer to repair Bangkok - Number 8 - M.L. Natthakorn Thewakul (Khun Pluem)


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First new Bangkok governor's election poster - December 6, 2008
It reads: Democrat Party - Vote Sukhumphan - Number 2 - ML. Sukhumphan Boriphat - Return a smile to Bangkok residents

By-elections result in favour of Democrat - The Nation, January 12, 2009

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