Signs raise concerns |

Signs raise concerns

It appears many of the candidates for the positions at the core of our judicial system, Judge and District Attorney, are ignoring property rights with the placement of their signs on private property, apparently without permission. (In fairness, I have not noticed any Ray Shine signs at these locations, a candidate for Judge.) Is anybody else troubled by the fact that candidates for those two positions are placing signs on private property without asking permission? This may seem like a trivial issue, but if they are playing fast and loose with the law now, can we trust they will abide by the laws they are sworn to uphold should they be elected to office?

Craig Diamond

Cedar Ridge

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