BLOG: Campaign season peaks at the parade

By Assunta Ng

Election year is great for the Chinatown parade, at least financially, because each candidate is required to pay $500 for entry.

The 10 candidates who walked in the parade helped cover expenses for the parade, including police supervision, street closures, insurance, and other expenses.

Five-hundred dollars might seem like  a lot of money, but it’s considered affordable compared to more expensive television advertisements or direct mail to voters. (end)

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