'Randy Jotte for Congress' Campaign Says Signs Stolen
Some of the replacement signs will include iSign chips, which will allow the missing signs to be tracked with an iPhone app, campaign officials say.
Campaign officials for Randy Jotte for Congress say several lawn signs in the 2nd Congressional District have been removed.
Jotte, of Webster Groves, is one of four candidates seeking the Republican nomination for the district on August 7.
Ballwin resident and former Republican National Committee co-chair Ann Wagner is considered the frontrunner in the Republican Primary horse race.
Jotte said the missing signs were in Ladue and Chesterfield areas.
The campaign is inserting iSign chips in some of the replacement signs, which can be tracked by an iPhone app.
Campaign officials are claiming here will be a penalty for anyone caught removing the signs—they will be responsible for removing all the campaign signs the day after the Primary Election.