State Rep. Candidate Says Nearly 40 Campaign Signs Were Stolen Or Destroyed

August 12, 2012 12:00 AM
State Rep. Candidate Says Nearly 40 Campaign Signs Were Stolen Or Destroyed
" ASHLAND (CBS) – A candidate running for state representative says someone is destroying his campaign signs.

Jon Fetherston says his campaign erected 110 yard signs around Ashland three weeks ago.

Since then, the campaign reports almost 40 of them have been either stolen or cut up into pieces "

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