LOS ANGELES (CBSLA) – Now that the 2020 election season is almost over, a non-profit organization that gives foster and at-risk children science and technology advice and training would love to have your political signs.
While most of us view political court signs as a way to express our support for an election candidate or political position, the folks at Made New Makerspace in Omaha, Nebraska see them as plastic and metal.
“I know from projects I have personally done just how versatile corrugated plastic can be, so I emailed Jim,” Eric Kaplan, president of Made New Makerspace, told WOWT.
“The list of things you can do with this plastic and with metal frames and panels is almost endless,” says executive director Jim Clements.
Residents are required to remove political court signs seven days after a respective election, according to Omaha city code.
Made New Makerspace collected…