Check out the two campaign logos above. Both refer to SB 633, which would give final control over what can be planted in Oregon to the Dept of Agriculture (I adamantly oppose this bill). Both groups involved in the campaign to get this through the 2013 Legislature, or not, have adopted the same slogan:
"Protect Oregon's Farmers"
I'm surprised we don't see this duplication of messages more often, but during electoral campaigns, that would be disastrous. One side or the other would have to rejigger their campaign. In this case, the Yes side already has another slogan that is their primary: "Good Neighbor farmers". For the Yes campaign, the "Protect" message is secondary. The "Good Neighbor" message is a bit bizarre — 633 takes decision-making away from farmers, neighbors or otherwise, and gives it to the Dept of Ag in Salem — but at least they have their nice and friendly "Yes" message.
The No campaign is succinct and clear: "STOP SB 633!"