To the editor:
John Bradford seems to have a problem complying with rules regarding when, where and what kind of campaign signs can be placed.
He also had a recent problem with four parking tickets in Topeka even though he has had two sessions of time to figure out where to legally park.
Elected officials that craft laws need to be good examples to their constituents.
Minnesota Congressman John Dingell once told newly-elected Wisconsin Congressman Ron Kind something to the effect that "he now had an important job, but that didn't make him an important person."
Perhaps Mr. Bradford thinks his elected position does make him an important person who is entitled to ignore the rules the rest of us have to follow.  

Bob Burns