Voting season brings on visual assault | Letter
Editor, The Beacon:
I don't think anyone looks forward to the visual assault of all the politicians' signs that litter the landscape come election time.
I guess it's part of the process that we just have to put up with. But when they cross the line, the private property line that is, I say enough is enough.
I am a homeowner with a high-visibility corner lot on Edmonds Way.
I was very annoyed to find Scott Whelpley's sign posted on my property when I retuned home from running errands.
It implies endorsement when I have no idea who this person is or what his values are.
The kicker is that I don't even live in the district that this person aspires to represent.
I promptly removed the sign, and it will be hauled away with the rest of my garbage on Monday morning.