If you have driven almost anywhere in Bangor lately, I’m sure you’ve seen them.

Political signs.

They are starting to populate streets most everywhere.

Here’s why

Bangor is holding a special municipal election and primary election on June 14th.

The reason for the special election in the City of Bangor is to replace the late Sarah Dubay. Sarah passed away from lung cancer in November last year. She was only 46 years old.

Absentee ballots are now available at the City Clerk’s office. If you are visiting Bangor City Hall to pick up an absentee ballot, remember you have to wear a mask.
You can also call the City Clerk’s office to request an absentee ballot at 992-4200. Or request one on-line. Here's the link.

You must request your absentee ballot before June 9th for the June 14th election.

As more and more signs pop up over the days, some are professional, some are, well, shall we say, home made. How do they decide what color they want their signs to be?

Not a new thought, but does anyone see a sign that says ‘Vote for me insert name’ and think

Yeah, I had no idea, but now I know who gets my vote

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Forget social media arguments too. Cut through the noise. Figure out who aligns with your ideas of how things should be, and

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