I feel like this will be a 50/50 split. Some people won't care at all and others may be a bit disturbed. Imagine coming home and finding a politician's sign in your front lawn without your consent.

Town Councilman Dan Crangle is running for re-election in the Town of Tonawanda. He puts signs for his capping in just about every spot he can--usually friends, family and supporters. In case he doesn't know you, he will stick a sign in your lawn anyway and he'll leave a note with it. According to WKBW:

Thank you for allowing me to put a sign on your lawn. I apologize for not contacting you first, but I have over 300 signs to put up. If for any reason you do not wish to have the sign, please call me and I will gladly pick it up."


Hannah Buehler talked to Crangle who said: "90 percent of the people I know, it's the 10 percent that I will put flyers in their doors and mailboxes."

One may said, it's not illegal for someone to put a sign in your lawn, so just take it out and stop complaining.

Another side may said, that's rude, not to mention if you do not support or like the person who's name is on the sign.