With 2012 being an election year, we are sure to see increased patriotism throughout community associations. Neighbors will be celebrating their political affiliations and accessorizing their yards with political signs, voicing their opinions on different ballot issues. With Colorado being considered a “swing state”, it feels as though election season began months ago, and soon, those 3’ x 4’ signs will be taking up residence in yards across the country, leaving many people asking “how many is too many?” Section 106.5(1)(c) of CCIOA governs the number of political signs that a person can display as well as, when, where and how long signs can be posted, and the size of the sign. Although CCIOA sets specific parameters, associations may adopt rules and policies governing the display of political signs that are less restrictive than what CCIOA says. Does your community have a policy addressing political signs?