Norm, Jesse, Ken and Mark, I quickly scanned as I drove down North 26th Street. The proliferation of political campaign signs could mean only one thing — the arrival of the campaign season.
I pondered why Norm, Jesse and the others would feel the need to populate the narrow median with so many of their signs. Aren’t there more effective means to communicate with the voting public with less visual blight? Why do we need to be inundated with sign after sign after sign placed in every slight patch of earth?
I would challenge the candidates to eliminate the signs. I will be voting this fall after careful consideration of the merits of each candidate, not the name I read while driving down the street.