Poor behavior. But I believe it to be true. I personally placed a Mary Pallant campaign sign at the exit point of Lewis Road in Camarillo. Four days later, it was removed and a Martinez sign was placed in the exact location. Since the swap happened at the same time, it causes me to strongly suspect the event was related to the Martinez campaign. Clearly, at that point of the freeway exit there is room for many signs. To remove one candidate’s sign to place another shows poor judgment and illegal behavior on the part of the perpetrator.
Folks this is illegal as it is a misdemeanor. If you notice anyone removing a campaign sign in your area, please report it immediately to your local police so they can take the appropriate action.
June 2nd update: More Martinez signs are found along Thousand Oaks Blvd this evening in places where Pallant signs were previously located. Sounds like more politics as usual sadly coming from a local candidate.
Vote Mary Pallant for Congress. We need folks with integrity in Congress. It’s truly time for a change.
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