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Campaign Signs
City of Victoria Code of Ordinances Section 109-166 - See "Campaign Signs" below as the state overrules the city from June 29 - November 16, 2018.
Signs allowed without a permit. Political campaign signs not exceeding eight square feet. The sign must contain the name and address of the person responsible for such sign, and that person shall be responsible for its removal. Such signs shall remain for no longer than 75 days in any calendar year. The city shall have the right to remove and destroy signs not conforming to this article.

City of Victoria Code of Ordinances Section 109-171(f)
Unauthorized sign on public property or public right of way. Any sign installed or placed on public property or on public right of way shall be forfeited to the public.

Local jurisdictions may have ordinances restricting the number and size of signs. If a jurisdiction does have such ordinances, in an even year these ordinances cannot be enforced for a specified time before and after election day. Minnesota Statutes

In jurisdictions which have no sign ordinance, campaign signs may be posted in any size and number throughout the year. For 2018, the period when local sign ordinances may not be enforced begins June 29 and ends November 16.

The Minnesota Department of Transportation's webpage contains information about signs along highway right of way.