ORLANDO, Fla. (FNN NEWS) – Joe Lopez, candidate for Orange County Sheriff, had one of his campaign signs vandalized on the eve of the November 6 general election.
The sign, located in the Lake Pickett area in East Orange County, was covered with white paint, making much of the contents unreadable.
Lopez is of course not the only victim of such vandalism or attacks. Leading up to the primary, then Democratic gubernatorial candidate Philip Levine had his signs vandalized as well. Some candidates and even candidate supporters have had campaign signs stolen. In the current tout election climate, voters and candidates alike are on edge, but it is a vote that will make the greatest impact.
The general election is November 6, and voters have from 7am to 7pm to cast their ballots at their assigned polling precincts.