In the Who’s your choice in this primary? poll posted a few days ago, John Dawson, the challenger in the coming Republican primary in Rochester, beat Terry Bernardo – the incumbent legislator from District 21 – by twenty points. Judging from the poll results, it pays to make people think that you are the lesser evil.
Not happy with the results of the poll, Bernardo tried to understand why people chose Dawson over her, found the hairy reason for her defeat and boldly took remedial action – as you can see in the top photo.
As for Dawson, despite his victory in our poll, he feels a tad apprehensive about the support for Terry Bernardo displayed by a couple of fanatic loyalists. In a note to himself, Dawson promised not to drive on Lucas Avenue before the November elections.
– Jon Dogar-Marinesco
I have seen more Bernardo signs than just this one. I thought you could only put signs up about two weeks before election. Where are the sign police ? or at least our town supervisor ?
The reason she can now place signs is because of the primary. They will have to be removed after the primary and then signs can be placed again I believe 30 days before the general election.
That is correct, Carl,,,
Political signs are covered under local zoning sign laws. That 30 days is how most town laws read but the courts found political signs to be “freedom of personal expression” so all those 30 days laws are unconstitutional. Just FYI. I don’t have any stake in this. Personally I wish all those signs would go away from all candidates.
8:44… Please show me the ruling. I do not believe this to be true.
I wish Dawson would have done better….he seems like a less bitter person…just saying!!!..;)
Nice disguise on her….do not be fooled!!!..if someone did that to her…she would not be a good sport…