Campaining at funeral homes? Should i...

Campaining at funeral homes? Should it be allowed?

Created by whah on Jul 16, 2010

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NO! so distasteful!

Yes, get your name out there any way possible.

hey porter

Grayson, KY

#1 Jul 16, 2010
Electioneering, such as campaigning or soliciting votes, should be prohibited at funeral homes. I hold the funeral home directors responsible for letting this barefaced lack of respect happen while we grieve a loved one.

Campaignerís who do this have no decency, shows lack of character, and little class by using our time to mourn as a soap box to hand out cards.

If you are so desperate to find flocks of potential voterís try Dollar General on the 1st of the month, donít use our last place to say goodbye and show our respect.

The reason I am writing this, this happened to two of my friends of different families during/after the primaries. They were very dismayed. This campaigner knows who he is. He is related to the funeral home director. My friends, family, and I will be taking our business to other places that have more decorum.
I saw

Grayson, KY

#2 Jul 16, 2010
I was there and seen it. Made me sick!!

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