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Campaign Sign Vandalism Reported in Fort Bend County, DA Responds

(FORT BEND COUNTY) – Candidates in the upcoming primary election have reported several incidents of theft and vandalism of political signs in Fort Bend County, prompting a statement from the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office. Vandalizing or stealing political campaign signs is a crime, and if apprehended, those responsible could face criminal prosecution.

Photo courtesy of the Mike Khan for Pct. 3 campaign.

“These actions do not reflect the character of Fort Bend County. Destruction of political campaign signs is an unsophisticated attempt to affect an election and is not likely to affect the outcome at all. Want to do something meaningful and brave? Vote,” said District Attorney Brian Middleton.

Republican candidate for Fort Bend County Commissioners Court Pct. 3 Mike Khan and his campaign team spent time this weekend repairing and replacing damaged signs.

“This egregious act of vandalism to our signs and fellow candidates’ signs will not deter me from my mission to be your next Fort Bend County Commissioner for Precinct 3,” he said.

Persons with information regarding these crimes should contact the Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office or the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s Office.


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