10:44 am February 25, 2010, by Aaron Gould Sheinin
A big, blue Oxendine for Governor sign was removed from the 2nd floor of the state Capitol this morning, after a complaint was made to the Georgia Building Authority.
The sign was placed on an easel outside a room where a state Republican women’s group was meeting.
GBA rules governing use of the Capitol and its grounds prohibit political campaign signs.
A spokesman for John Oxendine’s team said the campaign was sponsoring the breakfast event.
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