Boulder City Council Yard Signs.

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on Sep 3, 2009
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Boulder City Council Yard Sign on your Lawn? Send photo in, with why you’re supporting them & we’ll post it here.

First addition comes via candidate Tim Plass himself (see below)! I’ll add more photos as I get more from candidates and supporters. Remember to say why you’re supporting them, where you live (neighborhood) and what issues you’re concerned and passionate about!



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5 Responses to “Boulder City Council Yard Signs.”

  1. Seth BRIGHAM says:

    I think the yard signs thus far are in an illegal area, not on private property.

  2. […] upon…a totally different type of race: I am “running” for a seat on the Boulder City Council. And, after being in this “race” now for nearly 6 months, it’s amazing the […]

  3. Seth says:

    We don't need more balance the likes of Suzy Ageton.

  4. Akiva says:

    I support Seth Brigham. You want "change," elephant journal? "Mindfulness?"

    Actions speak louder than words – endorse Seth Brigham!

    I could be mistaken, but doesn't it seem like the other candidates are mostly upper-middle class and up?
    Please support socioeconomic diversity by electing council members that don't all fall into the highest tax bracket, dear elephant readers.

    Even more importantly, elect someone that thinks independently instead of in empty slogans and catch phrases:
    Seth Brigham: