Political signs stolen, trashed in 44th Assembly Race: Let’s just get out and vote

By Debra Tash

We were contacted by Timothy Bond and Sandee Saurman about missing, trashed campaign signs and signs being replaced by the opposing candidate’s signs.  They are supporters of  Rob McCoy,  who is making a bid for the 44th Assembly seat vacated by Jeff Gorell.  Gorell is running against Julia Brownley in the 26th Congressional District.  

The downing of campaign signs and replacing them with the opposition’s messaging is a juvenile act.  We do hope Ms. Irwin is not in support of these actions, which reflect poorly on her campaign and her ability to work across the aisle.

We have included photographs given to us by Ms. Saurman.  We can’t vouch for them but are presenting them here for your review.  These particular signs were reportedly pulled out of the ground and thrown over the fence on to Cisco’s property in Thousand Oaks along Avenida De Los Arboles.

We urge you to go out and vote this Tuesday.  You have the opportunity to make a real change both in Sacramento and D.C. with Rob McCoy and Jeff Gorrel. 

Photo Credit: Sandee Saurman and Timothy Bond:

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Debra Tash is Editor-in-Chief of Citizensjournal.us, past president for Citizens Alliance for Property Rights, business executive and award-winning author, residing in Somis.

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