It's time to get off your bums and put a TOPINKA YARD SIGN UP. I just put mine up. It's the 4' x 8' version. It's a small billboard. I put it in my front yard. Need I say anymore?
I don't expect this from everyone, but I DO expect you to at least put a small yard sign up. That's right -- you are expected to do this. I don't want to hear anything like "yard signs don't do much," or "my yard is too pretty," or "I'm too lazy to walk out there and push something into the ground," or "I don't want to kill blades of grass."
THERE IS NO EXCUSE NOT TO PUT UP A YARD SIGN, UNLESS IT'S ILLEGAL OR YOU DON'T HAVE THE PERMISSION OF THE LAND OWNER. NO EXCUSES. IF YOU ARE READING THIS, THEN YOU SHOULD BE TAING THE NECESSARY STEPS TO PUT A YARD SIGN UP Yard signs DO make a difference. This election is going to be darned close. If a fraction of a % of the population had topinka signs up, she'd win with no contest. So get to work.
This is about the easiest thing you can do. Go to your local Republican headquarters or contact the Topinka campaign to find out where you can get them. If you live in Rockford or close by, I will come put one in your yard if you'd like -- 815-979-3885.
Topinka campaign headquarters info:
312 W. Randolph St. Ste. 210
Chicago, IL 60606
7808 W. 26th St.
North Riverside, IL 60546
301 E. Monroe St.
Springfield, IL 62701
803 Public Square
Benton, IL 62812
777 Roosevelt Rd., Suite 200
Glen Ellen, IL 60137