If you are ordering signs for a political campaign, it is very important to familiarize yourself with the laws in your state or locality to ensure that your signs comply with campaign laws.

A common requirement is for signs to have a campaign finance disclosure. Something to effect of "Paid for by..." might be required on your signs. In some states, the disclosure might have to feature the entire mailing address of the campaign office or treasurer.

In other states, such as Texas, the law requires campaign signs to have a lengthy and very specific notice about where the signs can't be placed in addition to the financial disclosure.

In addition, some states, such as Washington, have laws that make your campaign sign purchases a matter of public record and the details of your entire order may be subject to public inspection by request without a subpoena. Members of the public or regulatory agencies might attempt to contact us for that information.

As you might already be aware, political campaigns are targets of public scrutiny so it is imperative to dot all the i's and cross all the t's. Penalties and consequences for violating laws can be severe. We are sharing this with you so that you can research the requirements that effect your campaign ahead of time and communicate those requirements to us.

Just let us know what needs to be on the sign and we'll take care of it and send you a proof.