The end of an era. It took a while but the Nassau GOP has moved away from the old orange and blue color scheme. Republican county executive candidate Ed Mangano doesn't have the colors anywhere on his signage or bumper stickers and other candidates don't have the blue and orange either.
It looks like they are going for a sorta-red, white and blue.
The republicans have always been identified by the ornage and blue campaign material. You saw those colors and you knew the candidate was republican. Over the past few years candidates here and there strayed from alot of blue and orange. Now with a "standard" sticker for a few different candidates not having the usual colors indicates a change.
And what else is missing from the stickers?
Any indication that the candidate is in the republican party.
Democrats have the word "Democrat" on signage and bumper stickers. Why is the Nassau GOP afraid to announce that the candidate is a republican?
Even on Ed Mangano's campaign site there isn't any obvious graphics saying he is a republican. You have to look deeper to find a title of a link that says "Mangano" and "GOP."