Ramsey County Attorney candidate Tammy Pust, who’s also a Roseville City Council member, has another humorous video posted on YouTube, as a way to get supporters to put her campaign signs on their lawns.
This one has the bright red signs roasting marshmallows around a campfire. An earlier video had the lawn signs relaxing by a pool.
When the second one appeared this week, I figured there’s someone on that campaign with a video camera and penchant for making stop-action shorts.
Turns out, it’s Pust’s daughter, Taylor Norton, who just graduated from the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists. Taylor’s headed to the University of Michigan in the fall, and now can add more items to her resume tape.
There probably won’t be a third installment of the sign saga, though, Pust said. While it’s necessary to use creativity to capture voters’ attention, she said, most of her energy is going into the serious issues of justice and crime prevention.
Pust is running in the Aug. 10 primary against John Choi and David Schultz. Two of them will move on to the November election.