That's according to an Offaly Councillor, who says larger political parties have an unfair advantage due to a greater budget.
A limit on the number of posters per candidate must be set to create fairness in local elections.
That's according to Councillor Ken Smollen, who says larger political parties have an unfair advantage due to a greater budget.
He suggests there should be a designated area for posters in each town, and only one poster be allocated per candidate.
The independent rep says the motion received unanimous support from present colleagues at a meeting of the local authority: