(CNN) - The votes have been counted, the candidates have moved on to South Carolina, but remnants of a hard-fought battle blanket Manchester, New Hampshire.
The campaigns left behind hundreds, perhaps thousands of political signs on street corners and traffic medians from one end of the city to the other. Now someone has to go around and collect them.
People have had to clean up republican trash for years. At least the signs will be in a safe place in a land fill.
Shameful-candidates should do this themselves rather than dash to the next primary.
I'd rather clean up campaign signs than hypodermic needles, used condoms, and human waste left behind by the "occupy" movement.
I have always believed that the campaigns should be fined $1/sign/day after an election. That would encourage the campaign to clean up their garbage that clutters everywhere.