I spoke with the Didier campaign’s “sign guy” this morning. He lives in the Kent area. He works in the Tri-cities. He spends Friday through Sunday with his family, although it sounds like right now a lot of that time west of the mountains is spent in his truck, delivering Clint Didier signs.
I had to call this gentleman because a friend rang, asking me if I had any means of getting her the Didier signs she needs for Mercer Island. Mr. Sign Guy worked until 7:30pm last night for what he gets paid to do. Then worked until 11:30 putting up Clint Didier signs. Yesterday he had a truck load of signs ready to bring back over here but Mr Deputy Sign Guy, in charge of the Auburn depot, drove over and wiped out his supply. They can’t keep up with the demand and that includes the signs at the WSRP and KCGOP headquarters on the Eastside. (There is a deputy for the Spokane area. Anyone who would like to offer their home or business as a mini depot, especially in King County, we can put you in touch with the right people.)
Sightings of Dino signs are more rare than sightings of the ghost candidate himself. To date: no Dino signs anywhere. And there is only one campaign sign in Lori Sotelo’s private office: Clint Didier’s—and it is autographed.