Councilman John Liu mopped the floor with Councilman David Yassky in last week’s Democratic runoff for comptroller, but it looks like the Brooklyn Heights pol still needs to do some cleaning up around town.
Our photographer caught one of Yassky’s campaign posters at the busy corner of Jay and Tillary streets in Downtown this morning — six days after the runoff.
We offer it today as Exhibit 1 in our readers’ main pet peeve: politicians who don’t take down their campaign signs after the election.
We’ll get a response from the Yassky team later. In the meantime, what do you think?
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