Republican candidates' campaign signs dominate I-70
The Kansas City Star
Anyone crossing Interstate 70 in Missouri would think Democrats are as scarce in the Show-Me State as they are in Kansas.
That’s because few Democratic candidates have bothered to put big campaign signs out along the highway. These aren’t the billboards.
They are the ones that people have posted along the highway. Republicans aren’t shy at all.
All of the major candidates’ posters shout to passing traffic, including Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and his running mate Paul Ryan and GOP Senate hopeful Todd Akin. Time is running out for the Democrats to be as visible to passing traffic — or maybe they have conceded that, too.