POLL: Should Bryden's Election Posters Have Been Taken Down?
Kid-created posters about voting, Presidential candidates determined to be in violation of campaign laws, taken down from Bryden Elementary Tuesday.
Kids' posters with photos of Barack Obama and Mitt Romney and messages like, "Vote!" and smiley faces were taken down from Bryden Elementary Tuesday after a voter pointed out that they could be seen as campaign material.
The posters, like the one in the photo to the right, were hanging in the hallway just inside the door to the school, violating the 100-foot "no campaign" zone required by law around any polling place.
The posters were drawn by Bryden kids during a mock election that took place at the school Monday, district spokesperson Doug Levin said, though he was unaware that any were hanging in the hallway in question.
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