This article describes the 20-day limit for campaign signs in the Town of Culpeper. The article notes that some candidates, those who had contests for the party nominations, have been sticking up signs since April.
About a week ago, I put up two signs in my yard, the only ones in the neighborhood. One of the signs is for a board of supervisors candidate, who lived next door when my family moved here in 1969. The other is for one of the candidates for Commonwealth's attorney. My wife says it's now time to take the signs down, because everyone else who lives on our cul-de-sac has already seen them plenty of times and no one else comes back where we live. She's probably right.