Austin, TX. (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Early this week, Virginia Attorney General, Ken Cuccineeli put an end to the attempts by Northern Virginia officials to limit the size of campaign yard signs. The very public movement by the Virginia officials sparked debates nation-wide regarding the impact of these political signs, and limits on their size. With campaign efforts at a peak with the 2012 presidential elections approaching, some felt that there should be a limit to the size of campaign yard signs. However, Cuccinelli’s media grabbing decision has thwarted the attempts to change political sign restrictions and has been thought to set a precedent on the issue for other areas of the country.
After ruling against limiting campaign yard sign sizes, even more Americans in favor of the hot topic have decided to feature larger and brighter political signs in their yards. Others are deciding to keep their signs small in support of opposing movements. The debate over the yard signs is expected to make the 2012 elections feature more yard signs than any other year. Supporters from all sides are leaving campaign yard signs and even their own custom signs; both large and small in yards across the country.
The recent rise in popularity of these signs during the 2012 elections has sparked new offers from custom signs company Super Cheap Signs. They are now featuring new political signs, which are launching just in time for the 2012 campaign. As part of the newest effort the company will even issue new smaller sizes in an effort to appease the many political supports looking to keep campaign signs small and subtle. This new yard sign initiative is set to last through the 2012 election.
About Super Cheap Signs:
Custom sign company, Super Cheap Signs creates custom yard signs and car magnets for those businesses, political campaigns, real estate agents and more. The company has been creating custom yard signs since 1991.
For more information on the Super Cheap Signs and their new political yard signs visit http://www.yardsignscheap.com/.