Amazing political ad from a galaxy far, far away (Video)

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Ever thought about running for school board? Just hope you never have to run against this guy.

Christopher Knight is an independent filmmaker, freelance web designer, and former candidate for school board in Rockingham County, North Carolina. Above is his first campaign ad -- which, as you can read on Christopher's blog, caused quite a stir around town when it was first released back in November, 2006.

However the ad was recently discovered by the people behind E! Television's The Soup, and has subsequently been seen by far more people than Chris could've possibly imagined.

Honestly, I'm surprised it took this long for the 30 second spot to get discovered. It's completely hysterical, and quite possibly the best ad by any school board candidate -- probably ever.

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