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(WTVR) - We told you yesterday about a huge Mitt Romney campaign sign that was set on fire in a Leesburg couple's front yard.

Today, one of the home owners and a neighbor talk about the incident and about other signs on the lawn being vandalized before.

"It's shameful that somebody would do that, what kind of country do we live in that you can't even put a sign in your yard?" Libby Stevens said.

 "I think it's just stupidity,"  Diane Matthews said. "It certainly hasn't changed anyone's opinion."

Neighbors also said signs down the street for Democratic candidates are untouched.