To The Daily Sun,
Brian Gallagher of Sanbornton, running for State Senate in District 2, has learned many of his signs, on private property, have been removed, thrown into the woods or destroyed. Gallagher is running a positive grassroots campaign and finds it disappointing that this type of activity is taking place in our friendly, local communities.
Gallagher, my dear friend, has stated to me, "Political campaigning is at times very arduous but in all instances rewarding," as he travels about in District 2. He has often mentioned to me that everyone whom he has met has been receptive and encouraging. The fruits of hard work will pay off, he often reminds me.
Brian has been very encouraged by those whom he has spoken with in the law enforcement community, that they will soon identify those that are responsible for the removal of the signs.
Brian's optimistic attitude of working together can achieve many successes for all of the communities in this large district. — state Senate District 2.
P.S. Personally, I would be very careful for those taking down signs because as they use to say on an old television show "Smile, you are on Candid Camera," lots of homeowners these days now have surveillance cameras. Remember, those taking down anyone's sign should be aware that it is against the law. But if those individuals continue this illegal activity, you may want to smile, because you may be on camera.
Guy J. Giunta, Jr.
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