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Letter: Political sign a distraction

By Tim Cole, Vancouver
Published: February 8, 2022, 6:00am

Wanting to know who Rey Reynolds is, I read The Columbian’s article on him running for sheriff. I wanted to know because he has political signs along the right of way.

In my part of Clark County, I see his sign in the center median. This is a distraction. Yes, a police officer is promoting distracted driving and in front of a school (Gaiser Middle School). Besides creating a distracted driver issue, he is putting our children in danger.

This is who we want in top law enforcement? I think not.

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