The four Montrose County commissioner candidates may be at odds over policies and issues, but they are united in one respect: Annoyance with whomever keeps tampering with and removing campaign signs.

To a degree, it’s to be expected, said Kjersten Davis, Democratic candidate for District 3. But: “It’s frustrating nonetheless, and it seems rather juvenile.”

Davis estimates from calls received requesting replacements that she’s lost more than 50 signs.

“We apparently have some folks who are hobby-less and getting creative,” said Juli Messenger, the unaffiliated candidate for District 1. “Yes, we’ve been having a problem.”

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Maybe some civic minded individuals are just doing their part for highway beautification? If it were only that easy to clean up the airwaves of all those campaign ads.

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