Tuesday, August 24, 2010
Fun with campaign signs - Primary Day edition
Pic taken at approx. 8:45 a.m. The woman on the right is CD5 R candidate Susan Bitter Smith with some campaign operatives (hers mostly, but at least one was a Salvino volunteer) looking at the signs in the dumpster at the Scottsdale Elks Club on Oak St. Turns out that while the Elks are willing to allow their facility to be used as a polling place, they are not willing to allow campaigns to put up signs on their property. Signs that were placed on the property itself were removed and disposed of.
Bitter Smith et. al. were "undisposing" of some. :)
BTW - This is the polling place for her precinct, so her personal presence isn't much of a surprise.
Pic of the Mills sign taken in Tempe, though I've seen them elsewhere and heard of them being elsewhere. Didn't he drop out of the race?
BTW - I didn't see any Brewer signs at polling places during my travels this morning.
Pic NOT taken at a polling place, but on a high traffic corner. As such, I'm not going to say where I saw it, but can say that tens of thousands of commuters are able to see the upside down Schweikert sign.
Every day. :)