Election Signage

Should it be disallowed on public property?

Here’s a curious idea from former Oak Bay Mayor Christopher Causton, who is now the Liberal candidate in Victoria: stop putting campaign signs on public property as they are “visual pollution.”

It should interesting to see what, if any, effect the decision to voluntarily curb his street advertising in this way has on the uphill battle to unseat the NDP’s Denise Savoie.

Let’s see what you think…

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1 Comment

Filed under 2011 Canadian Election, Liberal Party of Canada

One response to “Election Signage

  1. crf

    It’s not a big hardship to have them on public property, for a few weeks.

    If campaigns were not allowed to use public property, then some parties would rarely or never get to put up signs.

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