Political signs could be gone with the wind

With winds expected to kick up here in Western Massachusetts due to Hurricane Sandy,  if you have a lawn sign for a candidate on your lawn, you might want to take it in.

With just a week to go before the election, you might have a hard time getting another sign if yours flies away.

There’s more signs around for the U.S. Senate race between Sen. Scott Brown and challenger, Elizabeth Warren.

But signs for the Presidential race, have been harder to come by, because resources have been going to battleground states.

So if you have one for your candidate, best to hold on to it, bring it in, since supplies of those signs would be limited at this point,

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