Driving You Crazy: Political signs along valley roads

LAS VEGAS - A valley driver says political signs are creating visibility problems along southern Nevada roads.

Primary Election Day is June 10. The losing candidates have 30 days to remove their signs after the election, but the winners will continue to post political signs until the general election November 4.

No political sign can be placed within state highway rights-of-way. Signs cannot resemble official traffic markers. They can't distract drivers or block views of oncoming traffic.

Some signs are as big as 128 square feet. If they exceed that size, people can report it to Clark County at 702-455-6000 or to the Nevada Department of Transportation.

Depending on where the sign is located, county election officials, private property owners or NDOT can take care of it.

What's driving you crazy? E-mail your traffic questions or complaints to Traffic8.

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