SACRAMENTO, CA -- Election season may be coming to an end, but a new campaign sign is sending a strong message: Make America Kind Again.
Stay-at-home mom Amanda Blanc designed the lawn signs (and now tote bags) with the hope of changing the tone of the political conversation.
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"You have so many people saying, 'I'm voting for so and so because it's the lesser of two evils.' This message is just about dropping that and being nice to each other," Blanc told KCRA-TV.
It may be a play on Donald Trump's now famous slogan, but Blanc says it's for everybody.
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"I just want to represent kindness, I don't care about the politician," she says.
In the last two weeks, Blanc has sold nearly 300 lawn signs through her Etsy shop. She says she has fulfilled orders for buyers across the country.
"It's just about being America, coming together and believing in something, and if you have to believe in kindness over politics, then so be it," she adds.
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A message we can all get behind: Make America Kind Again