SH school board candidate accused of placing illegal signs



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NEW PALESTINE — Southern Hancock School Board candidate Larry Lee has been called out for a  common rookie mistake: posting illegal signs.

The first-time candidate who’s been a vocal critic of the school board has been asked to appear before the Hancock County Election Board on Thursday because his yard signs didn’t include a small-print disclaimer that’s required by law.

His opponent’s husband filed an official complaint with the election board on Oct. 10.

It’s created yet another touchy issue between Lee and incumbent Barbara Snyder, who have clashed over board policies and the performance of Superintendent Jim Halik.

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