You probably won't be seeing Daniel Moeller's name on signs stuck in the ground along Washington County roads.
He thinks candidates who use them are "cluttering up the county."
Moeller, 63, who filed Wednesday for Washington County Commissioner, said he would like residents to vote for him because they like what he has to say, not whether they see his name on election signs.
His platform is concise: lower taxes, less spending, fewer laws and lower fees are included on his agenda.
"I am a tax less and spend less candidate who will be frugal with county funds," Moeller, who lives near Rohrersville, said in a written statement.
Moeller is running as a Democrat in the Sept. 12 primary election.
Former Washington County Board of Education member J. Herbert Hardin also filed Wednesday as a Democrat for County Commissioner.
They join Democrats Donna L. Brightman, Mike Spinnler, Paul L. Swartz, Lloyd "Pete" Waters and John E. Weller.