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What’s the Deal With: Campaign signs on public rights of way?

Bellingham officials say they're OK

Campaign signs line McLeod Road with various colors and names hoping to catch the eye of drivers driving past.
Campaign signs line McLeod Road at Meridian Street in Bellingham. Political signs in city rights of way are OK as long as adjacent property owners approve. (Ralph Schwartz/Cascadia Daily News)
By Ralph Schwartz Staff Reporter
Virtually all candidates get their names out there during election season with yard signs or the muc
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