Tuesday, voters across the state will decide whether to approve property tax increases to fund public schools. In the Town of Clarence, where voters are being asked to approve a tax hike of nearly ten-percent, someone vandalized a sign paid for by those opposing the increase.
"The sign was of a woman. It was a stock photo. And, of course, it had her face and everything else on it. Today, we wake up to it and somebody wiped out, painted, crosses out with paint, the vote no and put yes," says Lisa Thrun.
Thrun is one of the Clarence homeowners leading the charge against the proposed 9.8-percent property tax increase to fund public schools.
"It's controversial and people are a little bit worried about that," she says.
Thrun helped put a large sign up across from the high school, and until sometime this weekend, it looked just like the mailers she sent out.