Monday, October 27, 2014

Who Is This Grijalva Campaign Sign Thief?

Posted By on Mon, Oct 27, 2014 at 4:30 PM

One thing's for certain in this video of a political sign thief—those are not Michael Hicks' legs. I just don't think his legs are that nice, right? Wear shorts at the next meeting, Mike, so we can figure this out.

The video is of what is evidently the latest in campaign season political sign thief capers. Every season right, it's always someone. Tucson Unified School District governing board president, Adelita Grijalva, running for reelection, put out this video today asking if anyone knows the identity of this thief. She wants to prosecute.

On her Facebook page, the candidate claims $7,000 worth of her campaign signs have been stolen.

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Got info, contact the candidate via her campaign page here.

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