These are Ashley's notes on her private investigation into the two candidates.
Ashley visited the library to use the microfiche machine.
Near the back, we get some ideas of what types of ciphers we may encounter.
Can they use the word "sibling" any more times?!
- Just say "brother" or "sister" already, god.
What's with all the handwritten notations...?
From this letter, we can start building a list of suspects and well as find out our objective for this episode.
This is a copper-colored bobblehead. It comes with a little base.
- The inscription on the base reads: "Strong New Leadership, Unwavering Values".
As with a lot of products, it was made in China.
Harry's brochure opens up into a poster.
Unlike Thomas's campaign, Harry mainly focuses on getting Thomas out of office, not what he will actually do if he gained the position.
This is a simple button campaigning for Harold's vote.
This article was written by the victim, Ashley.
Even the voter base thought both men were incompetent to hold office.
These are basic tips for creating a password, but are also meant to help us crack Judith's email password.
Wow, Ashley had to get a restraining order again Harold's wife, of all people!
This is a brochure for the standing mayor, hoping for re-election.
This is a simple button campaigning for Thomas's vote.
Such weird street names...
This map tells us the locations of a lot of places, which may prove useful in the future.