Tagline: "It's for the freakin' children!" -Peggy
Luanne does not appear in this episode.
Boomhauer does not have any lines in this episode.
Peggy says she has 3 of her 5 points about children and not sure what the other two are, but on her notepad she had four written out.
The tornado that Nancy refers to is from the episode "Texas City Twister". However the trailer park was Shiny Pines, not Shady Pines. Maybe after the tornado they changed its name.
Hank: I don't really think I should mix politics and propane.
Peggy: Nancy, how much longer do you think you can milk this sexy weather girl act? Two, three, two years, tops?
Hank: I'm not crazy about making holes in my lawn, but I guess it's for the children.
Bill: My lawn is already dead -- maybe we could put all the signs there.
Hank: No offense, Bill, but this campaign is about hope.
Bill: Oh. Right.
Peggy: "Minh to Win." I don't get it.
Minh: What not to get? I'm Minh. I want to win.
Peggy: Maybe we should focus-group that. (thinks) Uh-uh. Women 18 to 45 will be turned off.
Kahn: Three women can't fill one position. This school board seat, not Boomhauer's hot tub.
Nancy: I bet this must be very exciting for you, Minh. Where you're from, you probably didn't have the freedom to criticize your government.
Minh: Why would I criticize government in Laos? My father was General, I do what I want. I was peasants' worst nightmare!
Hank: Your initiative is really impressing me, and not just because you're ladies.
Peggy: I am not going back to college. I am a teacher! I am done learning!
Dale: (Singing) It's the voting van, here to take you to the polls so get on the van right now, and vote for Nancy Hicks Gribble!
Peggy: Hank, we need a bus.
Hank: Now we don't have enough for a...
Peggy: IT'S FOR THE FREAKIN' CHILDREN!
This episode originally contained a B story where Bobby and Connie take sides with their respective mothers and against each other. It was cut prior to airing, due to lack of time.
The long tracking shot of Peggy and Bobby walking through the house is an allusion to the same type of long tracking shot used in the television show West Wing.