It's election season. Everywhere you go, there are signs posted along major roadways from Route 347 to the Long Island Expressway telling you who to vote for.
The campaign signs range in size from no bigger than a magazine to billboards, like the ones posted at the corner of Route 347 and Terry Road. The signs aren't posted on just one corner, but often are visible from all four.
Democratic Smithtown Town Board candidate Howard Knispel said that The cardboard part of the sign was removed, but the metal holders have been left in place.
Our Question of the Day asks: How much attention do you pay to campaign signs? Do you post them on your front lawn, or prefer the candidates advertise their campaign in another method?
Tell us in the comments below.