In this photo taken by a resident, Sacramento County supervisor candidate Teresa Stanley is seen holding a sign for rival Mike Kozlowski as she stands outside her car. Stanley says Kozlowski didn’t have permission to place the sign where it was. Pastor Steve Gleghorn, whose church sits on adjacent property, said that Kozlowski didn’t have his permission, but that the church doesn’t own the property and that the church is fine with any candidate placing signs there.
In this photo taken by a resident, Sacramento County supervisor candidate Teresa Stanley is seen holding a sign for rival Mike Kozlowski as she stands outside her car. Stanley says Kozlowski didn’t have permission to place the sign where it was. Pastor Steve Gleghorn, whose church sits on adjacent property, said that Kozlowski didn’t have his permission, but that the church doesn’t own the property and that the church is fine with any candidate placing signs there. Colleen Conroy
In this photo taken by a resident, Sacramento County supervisor candidate Teresa Stanley is seen holding a sign for rival Mike Kozlowski as she stands outside her car. Stanley says Kozlowski didn’t have permission to place the sign where it was. Pastor Steve Gleghorn, whose church sits on adjacent property, said that Kozlowski didn’t have his permission, but that the church doesn’t own the property and that the church is fine with any candidate placing signs there. Colleen Conroy

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