City and state transportation officials say most candidates have been good about heeding restrictions on where they can put up campaign signs.
The exception, they say, was Carson City supervisor candidate Jim Shirk. According to city crews, they had to remove as many as two or three Shirk signs a day from public rights-of-way during the run-up to the primary election.
Shirk, however, said that it won't be a problem going forward.
"We went around the day after the election and took everything down we could find," said Shirk, who will face incumbent Supervisor Molly Walt in the November general …