SAN ANTONIO — A large campaign sign for a Bexar County candidate running for tax assessor was taken down Friday night from in front of a state-funded job placement agency.
Democrat Albert Uresti tells KENS 5 he does not know who attached his sign to a fence in front of Workforce Solutions Alamo on East Houston Street.
Uresti is running against republican Robert Stovall in the race for county tax assessor.
Officials for the job placement agency, which is part of the Texas Workforce Commission, said they do not own the building.
KENS 5 attempted to interview members of the Bexar County Democratic Party at their headquarters Friday afternoon, but a representative said they were called out to a nearby early voting location.
Placing a campaign sign in front of a state-run business is a violation of state campaign law, according to members of the Bexar County Republicans.