Provincial election candidates are pleading with people to not steal election signs, after a pile of stolen signs was found in Constance Bay.
Trillium Party candidate Jack MacLaren tweeted a photo showing a pile of stolen signs tossed on the ground along Whistler Road. MacLaren says in total, there were 17 of his signs, along with four PC and two NDP signs.
Nepean Progressive Conservative candidate Lisa MacLeod chimed in, noting that the signs are paid for by donors and erected by volunteers.
1) Signs are paid by donors- $10's & $20's from seniors & middle class families.— Lisa MacLeod (@MacLeodLisa) May 16, 2018
2) Volunteers put up signs & it's not easy work. They do it because they believe in their candidate.
3) It takes a million guts to put your name on a sign but none to steal one.
Don't steal signs. https://t.co/2ARNYW7lBm