MISSOULA, Mont. (AP) – It’s been two weeks since the general election and it’s time to remove those political yard signs.
Under state rules, the signs must be taken down within 14 days after the election. KECI-TV reports the deadline is Tuesday.
While all political signs must be on private property, the state Department of Transportation is in charge of enforcing the removal rule.
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