Hope respects signage laws

The people of Hope follow correct protocol when erecting election signs

The Re-Elect Mark Strahl Campaign team would like to thank the good people of Hope for their support of our campaign’s decision to respect Hope’s political sign law, while the other parties openly violated it.

As promised, we respected the law and put up dozens of large signs and dozens of lawn signs on September 19 – the first day that Hope’s sign law allowed them to be raised.

The Re-Elect Mark Strahl campaign believes that we have a duty to respect election laws, both locally and nationally.

Now that Hope’s law allows it, voters who would like a Mark Strahl lawn sign can order one by visiting his website at markstrahl.ca, or by calling 604-769-2202.


Jeremy Giesbrecht

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