National campaigns don’t print yard signs, they leave it up to the locals. Mostly because acquisition and distribution is a pain and they don’t really do anything other than make the yard sign planters feel better about themselves.
Okay, there is some pleasure to be derived from insult signage.
In west central Missouri, barely outside the right of way in front of an empty lot:
I’ve yet to encounter one in front of an occupied house. And I’ve been looking. Not too hard, but I tend to notice these things.
It’s paid for by “StandPatters for Trump”:
There’s a group that actually chose that name?
It appears to be an entrepreneurial entity in Tipton, Missouri. Interestingly, there’s no Allied Printing Trades mark (“union bug”) on their printed materials. Go figure.