You may now officially tell your neighbors who you're voting for in the mayoral election.Saturday marks the first day that you can legally display a campaign sign.Tulsa City ordinances require that political signs:
Only be displayed in the 45 days prior to the election
Come down 7 days after the election,
Not be placed on public property, and
Only be put on private property with the owner's consent.
After you've put up your sign for your favorite candidate, sign up for our daily email of the rundown on the mayoral race. Each morning we're posting something new as we countdown to the primary on June 11.
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