When it came to putting the most fitting punctuation mark at the end of this seemingly interminable 2012 political campaign season, Riverfront Times was hardly at a loss for ideas.
Trouble was, when it came to pulling the lever (so to speak), we inexplicably found ourselves, well...undecided.
So we've decided to give y'all the honor of composing a headline for the cover of our November 8 issue.
By all means, have at it in the comments queue. If we're sufficiently taken with your headline, we'll include it in a roundup post next week. And if we really like it, we'll think of a suitable reward. So be sure to include a legit email address where we can reach you.
All right, boys and girls, have at it!
Go ahead: Write your own Riverfront Times headline!
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