Another day, another issue. I’m running for our Board of Directors and created signs for my campaign to be placed in home owner’s yards. A candidate running for the board did the same thing last year (we didn’t meet quorum, but he was appointed to fill one of the vacancies). I’m now being told by our management company AND attorney that I am not allowed to have these signs in yards because I am not a “public officer.” I’ve tried explaining that per A.R.S. 33-1808(C) “”political sign” means a sign that attempts to influence the outcome of an election, including supporting or opposing the recall of a public officer or supporting or opposing the circulation of a petition for a ballot measure, question or proposition or the recall of a public officer,” and that had the intent of this law been to ONLY allow signs for public officers and elections, it would have been worded as such. The fact that is says “including” does not preclude non-public officers from placing AN ELECTION sign in yards. Is there any case precedence to help me?