@RinoMikeSD seems to have a fixation with signs.
Gordon Howie signs & bumper stickers are showing up across South Dakota. #CCOT http://t.co/5peIUlUVYt #SDSEN pic.twitter.com/zvbNbRNaRYI wish Wieland and Pressler had more signs up. In politics, out of sight is out of mind. I suspect that the ability to place signs indicates a well-organized, well-staffed campaign.
— RiNO Mike (@RinoMikeSD) July 19, 2014
That said, I have yet to meet anyone who has voted for someone based on signage. In fact, I suspect that the number of signs a candidate has out has about as much to do with the candidate's success as the number of Twitter followers a candidate has. (Democrats better hope that thesis is incorrect. As of this posting, Rick Wieland has 3,490 followers whereas the Mike Rounds campaign account has 1,197 followers.)
Of course, It may be that I have my aversion to caring about signs only because this song was popular during my formative years.