Political campaign ads can be found in the publications you read, during the commercial breaks of your favorite television show, when you scroll on social media, and with signs on many street corners. You frequently see those signs — strategically placed one after another on roads with heavy traffic — every day on your commute. They are usually sturdy enough to survive the elements of a few windy or rainy days. But, as Clark County Sheriff candidate Stan Hyt can attest, they certainly don’t stand up to vandals.
A sign of the times? Sheriff candidate laments vandalized signs
February 27, 2022083
Michael McGreer Mesquite, Nevada
Dr. Michael Manford McGreer is managing editor of Nevada-today.com and writes on issues that impact public policy.
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