Anon - I happen to have inside knowledge, and it was not an inside job. (Judy Casten is just an awesome person. And at the risk of trying to buy votes, I believe she would provide cookies as well as coffee, if you’re interested in talking about the issues that matter most to Democratic voters in the 6th District.)
I stole a yard sign once. A mail carrier named Chuck Norris was running in a race for alderman and I was coveting his signs. I waited until a few hours before the election started, because I didn’t want to negatively affect the race. I cherish that sign, lol.
Flip 357 — It’s in HINSDALE. And the story is not the theft of the sign — it’s the very lovely and civil response by the candidate’s mom. Really — I think you should head over to Judy’s house and have a chat.
As a resident of the 6th district, and seeing all the negativity of the Gubernatorial race, and being in Winfield Township and seeing all the Minor, Breen etal nonsense going on, It feels good that at least somebody with positive character is out there
- You might say that, I couldn't - Tuesday, Feb 27, 18 @ 1:27 pm:
The sign looks like it’s in the part of the front yard between the sidewalk and the street. Where I live, it’s not considered a public right of way and signs placed there are private property.
Add me to the people who are loving Mrs. Casten’s enchanting response.
The church I attend near my house is a polling place for multiple precincts, so there are always lots of signs in the public right of way all around the church property. After the polls close, those signs that haven’t been picked up end up in the church dumpster.
I’ve gone dumpster diving to retrieve specific signs …