LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - What an incredible political season so far. Incredible because of the money being spent, and because of the national attention on Arkansas.
So many TV ads, and those aren't yard signs you're looking at, they're dollar signs.
It's 7:30 a.m. a week before the election, and on one street corner in the heart of Little Rock stands Clarke Tucker, candidate for the State Legislature's District 35 house seat.
On the other corner, his opponent, Stacy Hurst.
Signmakers like AdCraft really need the politicians.
"We struggle until political season and then we make ends meet just fine," said Randi Evans, owner of AdCraft.
This company has been making these things for close to 60 years, and they haven't slowed down.