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Updated: Tuesday, October 23 2012, 11:02 PM EDTAs election day approaches, there are more and more campaign signs popping up. But in this day of television ads, robo-calls and mass-mailings, some doubt they're even worth it anymore. All across the country, candidates of all parties are spending millions of dollars in a collective effort to win elections. They line the landscape along roads, in front of houses, and outside early voting locations. More than one voter complained about taking down the signs once the election is over. Taking votes away certainly can't happen, but there are fines for candidates who don't clean-up after election day. The advice if you have a sign of your own to get rid of, recycle it. Do Campaign Signs Really Help?
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