Early signs of "Push-Polling" have been attributed to Grog Rove, when etchings were found on a cave. After years of deciphering, it has been determined that those Etchings say, "Would you vote for Ugh, if you found out that he was afraid of fire?" "I'm Grunt and I approve this message."
Evidence has also been uncovered in an archaeological dig near the base of what is believed to be Mt. Sinai of a campaign to unseat Moses as the leader of the Jews, by a man named Murray. This campaign had all the earmarks of a Rove style campaign with drawings of Moses shaking hands with Pharaoh and an accusation that when everyone else was eating unleavened bread, and keeping Kosher, Moses ate a bacon, lettuce and tomato on white.
Recently discovered evidence that there was a thirteenth apostle named Karl. Karl it seems may have run a campaign for Judas to replace Jesus. Advertisements from that time period were found with the question, "Would you vote for man who hangs out with Lepers?"