State Department of Transportation workers were taking down some campaign signs yesterday around Chattooga County. Workers were observed taking down a large number of Mullis signs. According to State Senator Jeff Mullis, the signs "must have been in the state right of way." Mullis told Jason Espy with The Summerville News that the signs were not being taken down as a favor to him.
Senator Mullis serves as the chairman of the Transportation Committee in the Georgia State Senate.
AM 1180 Chattooga County Radio observed state workers taking down a Mullis sign at the car wash on Highway 114 in front of Black and Meek Milling Company. The two DOT workers took down the Mullis sign, but left a sign up for Larry Stagg, candidate for Superior Court Judge, that was next to the Mullis sign.