With husband and wife pair Kevin and Mary Wolff running as Republican and Democrat for the same At-Large County Commissioner seat, the message is clear. Elect him, err, her, err... The bizarreness of the whole situation still hasn't rubbed off yet.



since Kevin Wolff doesn't have any opposition in the primary and given that the sign is blue/white, I would bet it's for Mary Wolff, and at the same time, Kevin Wolff gains some name recognition.

I had automatcally assumed the signs were for the husband. Especially since he will be able to use them after May. They do bear some resemblances to his Mayoral campaign signs from 2005:

Kevin Wolff

I hadn't even thought of the genius of using one sign for two (theoretically opposing) candidates! Maybe they're smarter than I thought.

5.14.3. Signs Exempt from Regulation. (h) Temporary political signs advertising candidates or issues, provided such signs do not exceed four (4) square feet in area per display surface, and provided that any such signs, on private property, are removed within seven (7) days after the election; and provided further that any such signs in the public right-of-way are not erected prior to forty-five (45) days before the date of the appropriate election and are removed within twelve (12) days after the election.
The sign must be for just one of them as the proper sign for both would be "Wolves for Commissioner"

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