Senator Cyr Issues Statement on Stolen Campaign Signs

"I do not condone these actions..."
Some of the John Flores campaign signs thrown in waters off Gray's Beach in Yarmouth Port. (Courtesy of the Flores campaign)

Press release from the Julian Cyr campaign, published verbatim...

Statement from State Senator Julian Cyr Regarding Campaign Signs Found in Yarmouth Port

"When I first heard of this incident, I immediately reached out to John to let him know that this behavior is unacceptable. It’s disappointing that someone would do this to anyone’s campaign materials, let alone polluting our waters in the process. 

I do not condone these actions as this is not the way I would want any of my supporters to conduct themselves. My hope is that we can get to the bottom of this matter.  We all need to respect each other, no matter which political party we belong to."

 


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