Washington Post Creates Campaign Buttons for 2016 NCAA Tournament

Kyle Newport@@KyleNewportFeatured ColumnistMarch 14, 2016

As Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and other presidential candidates battle for votes throughout the United States, a new set of campaign buttons has been released for people to show their support.

No, we're not talking about presidential campaign buttons. This is March—so we are talking about March Madness buttons.

Last year, the Washington Post created mascot emojis for fans to use in text messages. This year, the Post's Dan Worthington and Julia Heffernan once again teamed up to give people something fun now that the 2016 NCAA tournament bracket has been revealed.

To get a better look at each of the 68 buttons, check out the Washington Post.

[Washington Post]

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