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Most Unique Campaign Advertising

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Duchy Trachtenberg

Duchy Trachtenberg may have lost her primary campaign against Councilmember Roger Berliner, but she came in first for unique advertising. Supporter Richard Hoye pedaled a yellow tricycle around Bethesda, hauling a nearly 10-foot tall sign that bore a picture of Trachtenberg. The “Duchy Trike” even had its own Twitter account—@DuchyTrike—that kept locals updated on the trike’s whereabouts as it cruised around downtown Bethesda in June before the primary election on June 24.

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