Esrati’s signs look just like trash cans

Sticking signs on every street corner, regardless of who owns the property or if you have their permission is par for the course in political season. I call it littering.

So today, I put trash cans out on key corners where the signs sprout.

Here are some photos:

  • It’s time to clean up Dayton.
  • My can cost less than their signs.
  • Trash can on left- trash on right
  • Ready for action.
  • David Esrati puts out trash cans instead of yard signs
    And I cleaned up all the litter around it too.
  • David Esrati puts trash cans out instead of yard signs
    More trash cans- less trash talk.

But would someone explain the following? Last week I got called down to Dayton Public Schools HQ to get a dressing down from their head lawyer about posting campaign material- a 3×5″ sticker- on the poles where I had installed basketball nets.

Yet, today- I saw this:

  • Belle Haven elementary school on 2 Nov 2013
  • Call for a net- just don't say anything about vote for esrati
    A “authorized” sticker at Westwood Elementary under a brand new green net

If you can spare time tomorrow, Sunday- or on election day Tuesday- please let me know.

Meeting for election day volunteers on Monday at 6pm at Top of the Market at the corner of E. Third St and Webster St. You don’t have to work all day- but a few hours helps.

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Paul Leonard reminded us all of Dayton’s slogan from years ago – AMERICA’S CLEANEST AND SAFEST CITY.
A Dayton that lives up to that slogan….now THERE is a worthwhile goal!