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Aug 25, 2012


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Mike Worcester

During the 2004 presidential election, one of my friends had their highway sign blown apart by a shotgun blast. It happened at 2:20 a.m. as the husband had gotten up to get a drink of water. He did call the sheriff's office because it involved the discharge of a firearm onto private property.

Stealing signs, vandalising signs, blowing holes in them - all are the actions of a juvenile disposition.

I like your idea of the local DFL offering a reward for what happened. While some may view it as a cynical ploy - it should hopefully send a message that this type of behaviour is antithetical to the exercise that is democracy.

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