Prior to the most recent election, we all saw many campaign signs in front of private homes, which is perfectly fine. A home is the ideal place to display your allegiance to a campaign or proposition.
However, I also saw dozens of campaign signs in front of Loomis businesses.
In the Nov. 26 Loomis News, there was a story about "Shopping locally for the holidays," which I do and is great for the community. So, why would a Loomis business declare their politics to the town populace? Why would you want to risk losing business by showing your political allegiance? To me, it's just not smart business sense.
Larry Dubois, Loomis