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Hundreds of inscriptions/graffiti have been found on walls at Pompeii advertising candidates for elections. Analysis of the inscriptions has found that some walls (particularly the houses of wealthy voters) were particularly favoured by candidates. Stefanile described a project which has captured the inscriptions and the names of the candidates, and that is using archaeological techniques to date them and link the names to elections. Digital data from the project was provided to Europeana via EAGLE (the Electronic Archive of Greek and Latin Epigraphy). The latest research is finding a lot of interesting relationships between locations, people and election campaigns.