Some are big and professional. Others not so much. But they all send a clear message.
Which gets us thinking here at Patch: How much influence do political signs like these have on voting outcome and do they put a 'name' in your mind when you hit the polls. Do you think they're valuable?
Share your feedback and thoughts on Patch.
One place is our new open blog, The Soapbox - Islip Gov't hopes to be the place where locals can debate these kinds of issues in town.
Sharing is easy.
Visit the The Soapbox - Islip Gov't blog here and click on the open text box under the heading to create a post.
Or, from the homepage, follow these steps:
Sign in to your Patch. (Click “Join” if you don’t have an account yet.)
Click the "Blogs" tab, near the top of the homepage and then locate the The Soapbox - Islip Gov't blog in the left-hand column.
Click on it.
Click in the box that says, “Write a new post” and then click on “Article” at the top.
Give your post a headline, enter the body of the story and upload your photos.
Click “Post now.”