GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO/KJCT)-- You know election season is underway when campaign signs start popping up around town.
Ballots are mailed on June 4 for the primaries. That's seven weeks away. The primaries will choose who will be on the general ballot in November, and some campaign signs are already dotting the county.
"If you live in the county, or you want to put a sign up in the county, there's really not any particular timeline for that more of just requirements of where the sign goes," said Amanda Polson, Mesa County Elections Director.
Basically, in Mesa County, signs just can't obstruct views of drivers, but there is no size or time limit. The Mesa County elections office said once signs are around three feet tall, they start to look to see if the sign is obstructing any views.