Grays Harbor Republicans Make Lemonade From Vandalism
MONTESANO, Wash. – Campaign sign vandalism has become part of local support for Rob Mckenna’s Gubernatorial run.
After reporting smiley faces spray-painted on McKenna signs across the county, local supporters printed up new shirts, replicating the vandalized signs.
One campaign worker with the Grays Harbor Republicans told KBKW they were “turning this into a positive,” and that “people will be happy if they vote for Rob.”
Unless they get caught stealing or vandalising a campaign sign, which will get you up to ninety days in jail, or a fine of up to one thousand dollars, per sign.