CLEVELAND – As Republicans gather from around the nation in Cleveland next week, there will be signs of the times around the city sending messages about issues they'll be contemplating while nominating their 2016 presidential candidate.
In the skies above, the pro-life group CreatedEqual.org will have an airplane pulling around a sign urging the delegates to support life and end funding for Planned Parenthood.
Two bulletin boards from the other end of the political spectrum will also be visible near the convention hall.
The pro-abortion OhioAbortionFacts.org is sponsoring:
And the LGBT rights group "Planting Peace" sends this message:
The Leftist Bridge Project has an interesting approach with big heads.
"Many vulnerable Republicans intend on steering clear of the convention, citing important tasks like 'hair washing' and 'lawn mowing' as keeping them away from Ohio, so Bridge Project is bringing the convention to them," the group wrote Friday. One of the senators they'll be focused on is Illinois' Mark Kirk.
And here's one that a Cleveland billboard company just found too incendiary: