Please help the Allen County Democratic Party and its candidates after a hard fought election by picking up and throwing away any yard signs you may see.  You are more than welcome to deliver the yard signs to headquarters (7301 Decatur Rd.), but we do ask that you discard them into the dumpster behind the building.

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The Allen County Democratic Party
7301 Decatur Road Fort Wayne, IN 46816
Phone: (260) 478-8239
Email: info@allencountydemocrats.org

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