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Election signs on public property.

Election signs on public property.

Remarks: "Candidates are reminded that campaign signs should be restricted to private property," the city warns on its website. Does that mean politicians can't put signs on public property? Well, sort of, but nobody seems to care. Signs on public dead space probably aren't an issue, but can everyone agree that staking a political sign on the Dartmouth High yard goes a bit far? A young anarchist or a school administrator yanked this sign, lest it be understood as an implied endorsement. A good start.

Who's Responsible?: No one, apparently.


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