Campaign signs don’t belong along highways

As the 2020 election season shifts into high gear approaching the summer, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation is reminding political candidates and volunteers to not jeopardize safety and to do their part in saving taxpayer money and keeping Oklahoma’s highways and interstates free of unsightly litter. Placing yard signs to help promote candidates may be a long-standing tradition in…

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