Wednesday, August 25

Sign Wars

Ross Hunter is running for re-election to the state legislature in the 48th District. In a recent newsletter, he urged supporters to stay out of the increasingly nasty sign war happening on the Eastside. Hunter is running unopposed in his primary, but circumstantial evidence would indicate that median strips throughout the 8th Congressional District have been the site of a proxy war between candidates in contested primaries. He gives good advice when he says:

Please, please, please do not get into a sign war with my opponents. Everyone has the right to put signs up (as long as they take them down afterwards.) The signs cost about $2.50 each, and take hours of volunteer time to assemble and distribute. Taking down my opponent's signs is illegal and undemocratic regardless of how you feel. Please don't do it.


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