WATCH: Campaign signs stolen on South Hill
SPOKANE, Wash. — Home surveillance video shows campaign signs for Democratic Congressional candidate Lisa Brown being stolen from a Kxly4 viewer’s yard, as well as his neighbors’ yards, on the South Hill over the weekend.
Brown’s field director, Jeremy Parkin, says it happens all the time, especially on the city’s south side.
“We get calls about that everyday,” said Parkin. “So we know it’s happening. But every time those signs get taken down, we put another one up. We’re not letting it dissuade us at all.”
McMorris Rodgers’ campaign team says they estimate they’ve had about 200 signs either stolen or vandalized each week.
It’s a misdemeanor to steal or damage campaign signs in the state of Washington.
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