Sunday, October 3, 2010
Augusta County and freedom of speech
Maybe you've seen the tractor-trailers parked on private property adjoining the interstates with the message to vote out all (most) incumbents? They have been spotted on I-64 East between Staunton and Waynesboro, on I-81 North in Verona, and on I-81 North in Harrisonburg.
The Staunton News Leader saw them and in an article, Anti-incumbent signs on highway might flout county rules, we learn that Augusta County officials are looking into banning those tractors, saying ordinances in place call them billboards.
I am guessing the incumbent Supervisors don't like them much.
See more here