Campaign signs cause frustration in North Spokane neighborhood

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Posted on October 26, 2012 at 5:52 PM

Updated Wednesday, Oct 30 at 3:27 AM

NORTH SPOKANE-- A little more than a week before Election Day, campaigns were trying hard to get voter attention in North Spokane. Some people in said they're tired of seeing lines and lines of signs.

Viewers have called and emailed KREM 2 News about large quantities of political signs popping up in their area.

Signs in the Country Homes Area are in support of public charter schools. Neighbors said in the past 12 years they've never seen so many.  They said it turns them off to any campaign or cause.

People in that area said it’s not in their nature to post signs on their own property.

We found more signs along Ray Street on Spokane's South Hill too.

The Spokane County Auditor said they don't have any policies on signs. In city jurdicition signs on medians are not allowed and can be reported to the streets department for removal.

To read the City of Spokane's policy on signs click here.
 

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