Remember Ross Perot?
If you’re at the Greens Farms railroad station, and glance up at a certain utility pole, you’ll see his 1996 campaign sticker.
That was his second presidential campaign. He received 8% of the votes, less than half of his 19% in ’92 (which, some historians believe, tilted the election to Bill Clinton).
Perot’s ’96 run for the White House is long forgotten. But his sticker endures. (Click here to see.)
Alan Shinbaum, Nanette Buziakk Lexow and Andrew Colabella all have seen it at the station, and identified it correctly. They had a lot more success than Ross Perot’s political ambitions.
Today’s Photo Challenge may be another tough one.
But, as I learned long ago: Our “06880” readers are a very observant bunch.
If you know where in Westport you’d see this, click “Comments” below.
(Photo/Jodie Brooke Aujla)