GREEN BAY (NBC 26) -- Election day is now 50 days away. Both party offices are hard at work spreading the message about their candidate. Most of the work is getting political signs sent out.
"I think we had about 40 signs just today," said Larry Garrison, one of the volunteers with the Brown County Democratic office.
Both party offices say political signs have been an issue this year. Many have come back to the office requesting new signs because they become either damaged or stolen.
"I worked for 3 straight weeks no days off," said Dennis Feldt, a volunteer with the Brown County republican office. "I have been doing this for years and now I am responsible for putting of large signs."
Each of the yard signs helps spread the word about who a person is voting for. The county offices say it is about taking pride in their respected candidate. However, it seems both are having issues.
"I think this year is really tense," Garrison said. "Personally, I think it is the most important election of my lifetime. Some of us feel our democracy is at stake if we don't change that."
"Patriotism is my thought," Feldt said. "We are going to stand for what is right, and take care of business."