Apparently State Representative Earl Jaques (D) is hanging campaign tote bags with his literature inside on mail boxes, as shown below in a Facebook post by Heather Love, who points out that this kind of behavior likely violates Federal law. [Update: A tipster states that while it is illegal to put something in the mailbox, it is not illegal to hang something from it.]
And there is the Sign Wars, which happens in all races but is no less annoying. Apparently at the corner of Rt. 896 and Rt. 40 in Glasgow, where Jaques’s primary opponent and some other candidates had placed signs, and then Jaques placed a large sign in front of theirs.
There is nothing illegal about that, it just goes against campaign etiquette even if it does happen often in many races. All the candidates can do is just move their signs from behind the offending sign, which is what the Morrison campaign did.
And here is a viral post I was sent. Hillarious: