LIMA — 11:10 a.m., Apr. 16 — The signs of a presidential campaign are everywhere at Lima Central Catholic High School. Posters, buttons and even free stuff from candidates are commonplace at the school as it prepares for its mock convention on Friday. The event begins at 7 p.m. in the school gymnasium, decked out in American flags and campaign signs. Candidates, AKA pupils, have been drumming up support for the past few weeks. Mitt Romney, better known as senior Matt Huffman, even wrangled an endorsement from school Principal Richard Mitterholzer. A primary held Tuesday saw John McCain, also known as senior Matt Hawk, leading with 15 percent of the vote. Hillary Clinton, or Kayla Nocera, came in dead last. Undecided voters lead the way. That group will also include pupils from the Catholic elementary schools Friday. Read more about this story in Thursday's The Lima News.