ABILENE, Texas - Politicians who ran for office in Tuesday's primaries have just 10 days to remove campaign signs.
Spokesmen for the city of Abilene say after 10 days, they call candidates or their campaign staff to tell them where signs are still located and remind them to pick them up.
There is an exception to the rule: Candidates involved in the upcoming May 27 runoff election can leave their signs out. They are required to remove their signs 10 days after the runoff election.
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