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Don’t Touch That Political Sign! Candidates Must Follow The Rule

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We are so tired of the political signs on the roadways, but there is a rule that says candidates have one week to pull them up after the election. Until then it is illegal for anyone other than the candidate or an appointed person to remove the sign. Candidates may want to save them for their next run in the future.

This year the political signs seem to be disappearing rather quickly. If you see some that are lingering a bit longer than usual, you may want to contact the candidate or their office.

 

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