Less than a month away from Toronto’s municipal election, mayoral candidate’s election signs are now starting to clutter up Toronto’s landscape.
As of midnight, candidates have been allowed to start hammering their signs into lawns and public boulevards as we inch towards the October 27th election.
John Tory’s campaign team plans to place 5,000 signs in the next 48 hours, however, Olivia Chow and Tory were not seen last night, while Doug Ford was setting up signs all over the neighbourhood.
“We have hundreds of people spread out across the city, spreading the word of taxpayers and putting money back into people’s pockets,” Ford told reporters.
Will you be putting an election sign up on your lawn? If so, who’s sign? Do you think these election signs can really influence a person’s vote?
– Q New Media Editor / Chris Bundas –