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Do campaign signs influence your vote?
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658 Votes

Do campaign signs influence your vote?

Yes they do.

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Absolutely not!

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Yes they do.

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Absolutely not!

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Lisa York
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Lisa York

Anyone with half a brain will ignore the signs and read the voter's pamphlet

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Larry Draper
Larry Draper

Well said!

Scott Camps
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Scott Camps

They do make for free shootin* target stands

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Ka San
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Ka San

Hell no! If you are reliant on a sign to sway your vote, you shouldn't be allowed to vote.

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a Abbott
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a Abbott

I already know what or whom I am voting for and the signs ruin the scenery.

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Maggie Olson
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Maggie Olson

I think they're a waste of materials and are noise pollution.

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Gettr “Idaho Homeboy” Dun
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Gettr “Idaho Homeboy” Dun

No, because I already know democrats are dumber than a box of rocks.

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Larry Draper
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Larry Draper

The signs are annoying and more people are waking up to see the real intentions if the candidates. I have tlked to and reasurched them. Also discussed issues with thier campaign people.

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donna jo
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donna jo

I am so tired of the signs, the mail and the t.v. adds. If I could make it stop bombarding me and my home I would.

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John
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John

All l see is roadside trash that takes way too long to get cleaned up.

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Larry Draper
Larry Draper

Yes. It takes away from the beauty here. It is like grafitti

Do you use all your vacation time each year?

Do you use all your vacation time each year?

Yes, I do!

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No, I don't.

0

Yes, I do!

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No, I don't.

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Do you think violent juveniles should be eligible for parole?
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514 Votes

Do you think violent juveniles should be eligible for parole?

Yes, they should!

3

Absolutely not!

6

Yes, they should!

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Larry Kennedy
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Larry Kennedy

Psychologically speaking teens lack the ability to consider consequences prior to making decisions and taking action. This isn't speculation, as there is scientific evidence that support this. Biologically the areas of the brain that are a part of decision making aren't fully developed until later.

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Jer W
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Jer W

If the belief is that adults convicted of violent crimes can be paroled because they won't re-offend, juveniles should also get that chance since they are more likely to change their life path than an adult.

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Lee Daggett
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Lee Daggett

Everybody makes mistakes especially kids

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Absolutely not!

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Gabe West
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Gabe West

Kate brown must be impeached

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Brenda Gerardo Abbott
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Brenda Gerardo Abbott

I knew Barb, and to have her beaten by her son while conscious is beyond being eligible for parole . She was so nice and she loved him so much. I do believe some cases should be but not this one

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Rick Allen
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Rick Allen

NO we already have a horrible crime problem because the lunatic left is easy on criminals and hard on good citizens! The Dems do everything backwards, this country is in horrible shape and it IS DEFINITELY due the the Dems lack of any commonsense leadership!!

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Jon Krutsch
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Jon Krutsch

Do the crime, put in the time.

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Dianne Price
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Dianne Price

Especially for murder!! Every kid knows the difference between RIGHT & WRONG, from a young age!! The "teens" in question knew what they were doing!!

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