In Woodstock there are two well-placed signs with movable letters.
One is on Route 14 and has Republican State Senator Pam Althoff’s and State Rep. Mike Tryon’s names on it.
The other is on Route 47 on the west south side of the railroad overpass. It is outside of Democratic Party State Rep. Jack Franks’ office.
Friday on the way up Route 14 to Camp Lakota for a First Methodist Church of Crystal Lake Cub Scout Pack 158 winter campout, I saw the Republican message:
Not exactly topical since Rolland Burris has already taken office as Illinois’ junior U.S. Senator.
Driving past the Franks sign I read,
Franks’ sign talks of something that will be on the news this week.
I’d say that Franks won the contest on which sign has the most relevant message this past weekend.
Of course, the Franks sign is easier to modify.
But click on the Franks’ photo and see how frayed the state flag is.