As I drove to Andy’s Family Restaurant for my Walk to Emmaus Reunion breakfast at 7:30 this morning, I noticed my Zane for Sheriff sign had been stolen.
The wire was still there, but the sign was missing.
You have to wonder about the genius who took it.
He’s obviously not deeply enough into politics that he could figure out I might write an article about the theft.
When people start stealing signs, it’s generally an indication that the side doing the stealing is nervous about the election. And mine is not the only Zane for Sheriff signs to have “disappeared.”
Why would there reason for Keith Nygren to be worried about his re-election chances? After all, how can one with $123,000 in the bank on January 1st lose an election to someone running a hand-to-mouth financed campaign?
Still, Nygren has only had one mailer so far. At least one more to come, of course. And there’ll be radio and newspaper ads, but, still, in spite of the Nygren signs all over, I wouldn’t exactly characterize his campaign as “all out.”
With that kind of money, I could think of a lot more to do.
But, maybe Nygren is saving the bulk of his money to fight Democrat Mike Mahon in the f