Some Valley cities will not enforce state deadline for campaign signs

PHOENIX (KSAZ) -- Monday marked 13 days since state voters took part in the primary elections.

Yet, on Monday, there are still a number of campaign signs that are still posted around the valley, from candidates who are no longer in the race. Now, the question is when, if at all, are those signs supposed to come down.

According to Arizona law, the signs must come down for, 15 days after the primary for those who lost. That 15-day deadline will come on Wednesday. That same law, however, also permits primary election winners to leave their signs up, all the way through the November election.

Several cities, however, say they will ignore it, and another factor is that in 205, the Supreme Court ruled the law unconstitutional.

FOX 10's Matt Rodewald reports.