Behind The Iron Curtain: Election Day Posters

I was going to write about 1-candidate elections with 99.9% voter turnout and other Soviet-era election shenanigans but instead you are getting some propaganda posters from various years.
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“Representative-servant of the people”. At the top: “To achieve further development and growth of collective farms”

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“Vote for further growth of our cities and villages”

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“Collective farmers, vote for further growth of collective farms!”

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“Young Soviet people are voting for the happy youth!”

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“For Motherland! For Stalin! For Peace! For Communism!”

1945

1937

“Everyone, Vote in the elections for the Supreme Soviet of the USSR!”

1947

“I am old, and I suggest you pick a candidate as you would pick a son-in-law for your only daughter!”

1931

“Vote for the tribe Soviet, don’t let a shaman or a rich person in!”

1926

“Proletariat Troop, vote for the Soviets!”

1917

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“Serving People!”

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From the bowels of the communist Motherland thrust into soulless grind of gears of capitalism. Only accent and good looks survive.