Campaign Signs

June 1, 2024

The Graner & Subervi Campaign is aware of some distaste for the overuse of campaign signs. In the interest of preserving the natural beauty of, and avoiding further clutter in, our town, Graner and Subervi have a plan:

To introduce our names, circulate them throughout Bernards Township, and remind voters of the June 4th primary election date, the Graner and Subervi campaign will post a limited number of signs. Most will be posted on the private property of residents who want to show their support. Signs on public property will be removed the day after the primary. 

The candidates resolve to put the signs up again only after September 11. The signs will promote Graner and Subervi and remind voters of the general election date — November 5.

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