You could say it's a sign of the times. With a presidential election less than two weeks away, you can expect supporters to feel a sense of urgency for their candidate -- or against the other party's candidate.
But it seems someone took it too far in Wrightstown.
A large sign supporting Mitt Romney for president, placed at the five-point intersection by the Shell and BP gas stations, was vandalized with spray paint at some point overnight.
The orange spray paint defacing the sign reads "47%" -- a reference to the Republican candidate's comments at a May fundraiser.