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Monday, August 25, 2014

A sign there are too many signs

Letter to the Editor

Each time election campaigning gets under way our roadways become blight-infested with political signs. A number of candidates and their volunteers have become overzealous, inconsiderate and irresponsible. Using a little common sense seems beyond their grasp.

Placing multiple signs on public property at dangerous intersections is inexcusable. This year’s leader are Dan Hynes, running for the Senate from District 11, and Marilinda Garcia, running for Congress from the 2nd District. Hynes has placed huge signs at various intersections, and Garcia, innumerable signs indiscriminately scattered everywhere. ...

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Each time election campaigning gets under way our roadways become blight-infested with political signs. A number of candidates and their volunteers have become overzealous, inconsiderate and irresponsible. Using a little common sense seems beyond their grasp.

Placing multiple signs on public property at dangerous intersections is inexcusable. This year’s leader are Dan Hynes, running for the Senate from District 11, and Marilinda Garcia, running for Congress from the 2nd District. Hynes has placed huge signs at various intersections, and Garcia, innumerable signs indiscriminately scattered everywhere.

It’s disgusting and a dangerous distraction to drivers.

Henry Perras

Amherst