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Vote Joe Not Pinocchio

Harry Petchesky and Alan Siegel have been friends for more than seven decades, first meeting at Brant Lake Camp in 1948 and attending Cornell University at the same time. They believe that Joe Biden must defeat Donald Trump in the upcoming Presidential Election on November 3, 2020.


Together, they hope that Vote for Joe not Pinocchio will strike a chord with voters during this critical election cycle by reinforcing the well-documented fact that Donald Trump has told over 20,000+ lies, half-truths and misrepresentations since taking office in 2017. They fear the USA will suffer lasting adverse and dire consequences if Donald Trump were to win his bid for reelection.


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Harry Petchesky is also a 1962 graduate of Columbia Law School and maintains an active law practice. During his 58 years as a lawyer, he has represented many prestigious clients and has dealt with many prominent adversaries and their clients— including Donald Trump. That encounter, as well as Trump’s many decades of well-documented business failures, his conduct during the 2016 campaign and his actions as President prompted Petchesky—in response to a Thomas Friedman’s New York Times Op-ed column suggesting a campaign bumper sticker—to create the Vote for Joe Not Pinocchio slogan.

To do so, he partnered with Alan Siegel, a well-known leader in the fields of corporate branding and simplicity, being a leader in the ‘plain English’ movement in business and government and the author of several books including a series of New York Times bestselling Wall Street Journal Guides and Simple: Conquering the Crisis of Complexity.

When Harry came to Alan with the idea of creating bumper stickers, t-shirts, and other materials characterizing the president as “Pinocchio,” Alan agreed to lend his talents to the design of the Vote for Joe not Pinocchio materials.