Signs vs. issues |

Signs vs. issues

The author of the letter entitled “Pre-holiday signs” (Aug. 30) must not get around the area much. I have seen the yellow and white campaign signs of Olivia Diaz. I have also seen the red and white signs of her opponent as well as signs in support of two candidates for the District 3 supervisor position.

This letter, in conjunction with last week’s letter regarding campaigner trespassing, makes me think that the supporters of Mr. Beason are engaging in the type of negative campaigning that their candidate has condemned. Could we stick with the issues, please?

Barbara Graves

Grass Valley

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