Politics of Political Signs

With the political season here, candidates’ signs have begun to appear everywhere. Buzzy’s sign policy is the same as always: any candidate who asks to do so can place his/her sign in the front circle. (The only restriction is that it can not block the Buzzy’s Country Store sign!) 
Re: political signs check out this video put together by a candidate in last year’s Virginia gubernatorial race. I think he was trying to make the point how much money his opponent(s) had to spend on things like road signs.

P.S. Both McAuliffe & Moran lost in the Democratic primary to Creigh Deeds who eventually lost to Bob McDonnell the current governor of Virginia.

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Politics of Political Signs

With the political season here, candidates’ signs have begun to appear everywhere. Buzzy’s sign policy is the same as always: any candidate who asks to do so can place his/her sign in the front circle. (The only restriction is that it can not block the Buzzy’s Country Store sign!) 
Re: political signs check out this video put together by a candidate in last year’s Virginia gubernatorial race. I think he was trying to make the point how much money his opponent(s) had to spend on things like road signs.

P.S. Both McAuliffe & Moran lost in the Democratic primary to Creigh Deeds who eventually lost to Bob McDonnell the current governor of Virginia.

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Politics of Political Signs

With the political season here, candidates’ signs have begun to appear everywhere. Buzzy’s sign policy is the same as always: any candidate who asks to do so can place his/her sign in the front circle. (The only restriction is that it can not block the Buzzy’s Country Store sign!) 
Re: political signs check out this video put together by a candidate in last year’s Virginia gubernatorial race. I think he was trying to make the point how much money his opponent(s) had to spend on things like road signs.

P.S. Both McAuliffe & Moran lost in the Democratic primary to Creigh Deeds who eventually lost to Bob McDonnell the current governor of Virginia.

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Politics of Political Signs

With the political season here, candidates’ signs have begun to appear everywhere. Buzzy’s sign policy is the same as always: any candidate who asks to do so can place his/her sign in the front circle. (The only restriction is that it can not block the Buzzy’s Country Store sign!) 
Re: political signs check out this video put together by a candidate in last year’s Virginia gubernatorial race. I think he was trying to make the point how much money his opponent(s) had to spend on things like road signs.

P.S. Both McAuliffe & Moran lost in the Democratic primary to Creigh Deeds who eventually lost to Bob McDonnell the current governor of Virginia.

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