Campaign signs were abundant for Bill Hart and Lisa Toole before a June primary for city court supervising judge.
While Hart signs have been noticeable in the weeks leading up to the Nov. 5 general election, Toole signs have been hard to find after she lost on several primary lines. Expect to see more of them as the election nears, however.
“The yard signs will be going up this weekend,” Toole said during a Friday interview at the Times. “I am not a quitter. I don’t want there to be any regrets.”
In the primary, Hart — an Ontario County assistant district attorney — won handily on the Democratic line and by two votes on the Republican line. Hart also won on the Independence line while Toole, an assistant city judge, prevailed on the Conservative line.