Theft of political signs doesn’t advance cause |

Theft of political signs doesn’t advance cause

Jim Hudson - Silverthorne

During the past few days, many “vote yes for Silverthorne signs” have been reported stolen or vandalized at locations where approval was given to place them.

While the Dec. 9 vote is being hotly contested, we are certain that most of the opposition is fair, honest and passionate about its position.

People need to know there are those among the opposition group who believe their chances of defeating the Dec. 9 issue are improved with theft and vandalism.

Place value on your vote and vote positive to your feelings not others.

Jim Hudson


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