Have you ever wondered who is responsible for cleaning up campaign signs after an election? Is it on the party officials or local counties to clean them up?

The answer is that the fate of the political signs ultimately depends on the will of campaign officials and the varying city sign restrictions throughout the state. Of course when it's on private property, the property owner can keep it out as long as they'd like.

So who exactly pays the bill if political parties don't pick them up? Tax payers do. For example, in Oklahoma, if they're not picked up, they'll be considered litter.That means highway cleanup crews, and county workers as well, are paid to clean this up. Through research, the same would be considered for New York.

Here in New York, the rule is to remove campaign signs within three days of the election. You can find out more official campaign sign rules for New York by Clicking Here.


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