With the election over, it’s time to take down political signs

FAYETTE COUNTY (WOAY)- For months, you’ve probably seen political signs all across our area. Candidates trying to make sure you notice their names on your drive to work or as you drop the kids off at school.

But with the midterm elections over, it’s time for those signs to go. We’re told signs will be removed a full day after the election, but as Newswatch reporter Dylan Fearon finds out, some of them had to go way before election day.

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