Saturday September 11, 2021 | LANGFORD, BC
by Mary P Brooke, Editor | Island Social Trends
Signs big and small, visible along roadways, are still popular in election campaigns, even in the day and age of social media.
In the core areas (Goldstream, mall areas, Westhills, etc.) the Alistair MacGregor (NDP) campaign has large and small signs placed strategically. The Blair Herbert (Liberal) campaign has large signs at key locations. There are a few Green signs for candidate Lia Versaevel. Not seeing a lot of signs for Conservative candidate Alana DeLong in the central area. The Peoples Party of Canada candidate Mark Hecht has staked a plethora of smaller purple signs along roadway boulevards.
Here are some signage snapshots in Cowichan-Malahat-Langford from this past week or two.
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