Whether it is a student council election, or presidential election, your slogan is your identity. A slogan is usually just a sentence; one that portrays your ideas, your thought process. When used for commercial purposes, these slogans are called taglines or straplines. It is very necessary that the slogan has an impact, or its purpose as such is lost. It is always advisable that you use just a few powerful words that are minus adjectives. It is also better to talk about action, that perception. Don't say what you think will help, tell people what you're going to do. Think of slogans that are optimistic, and create hope amongst people.
Samples for Campaign Slogans
If you have been waiting for change, it stands right here, in front you.
Choose what is right for you, because you can!
Take control today or lose it for years tomorrow.
Vote with choice, but let it be only your voice.
Let your decision not be political, but analytical.
I don't promise rapid growth, but growth that is stable.
Vote for me, and together we will govern this school/company like father and son!
Tell him you're voting for him. Then, do the smart thing and vote for yourself.
Let's choice a government according your personal values not to a consensus.
Choice the political choice you like to be in.
Save the world from the nuclear threat, by the creation of a global government.
Today, the school, tomorrow - the world.
Let us create a government as easily as we can create a company. The right to group in communities and to create innovative government is the new frontier of freedom.
Famous Presidential Campaign Slogans
Happy Days Are Here Again - Franklin D. Roosevelt
Peace and Prosperity - Dwight D. Eisenhower
We Can Do Better - John F. Kennedy
Morning Again in America - Ronald Reagan
For People, for a Change - Bill Clinton
Putting People First - Bill Clinton
You can also tweak the slogans above, and use them for your campaign. Best of Luck!