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Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett: Putting up political signs is "kind of like apple pie and all of that. But when dinner and dessert's over, it's time to put away the dishes."
PHOENIX - Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett has a message for candidates and campaigns: Clean up your mess.
Political signs are massed at many major intersections throughout town, including these at East Broadway and Kino Parkway. Because of the Thanksgiving holiday, candidates will get a few extra days to remove them.
Now that the election is over, relief from campaign signs lining every street is just around the sign-clutterd corner.
Cash and politicians. The two just seem to go together, like bread and butter.
Say goodbye to the views at your local intersections for the next several months.
Sixty days is 60 days. Seems like an easy enough concept. That is, unless you get a few bureaucrats from the county and state election offices doing the counting.
It's campaign season, and you can expect a bumper crop of signage at intersections this year.
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