While my local post office allows for political petitioners outside, they don't allow any political materials inside the post office or behind the glass display cases. In the display cases are upcoming concerts, classes, and non-political community events of a pretty family-friendly nature. Today, there was an anti-gang task force stack of literature left inside the post office, as against their rules, and a man (not with the post office) confiscated all of the anti-gang literature, but was kind enough to leave some change in return for the task force's printing costs, literally exact change and then some. This task force is an issue as to its cost effectiveness and there is a nasty sheriff's election coming up this spring which will bring up the anti gang task force as a major issue. How weird is that? (Anyway, I live in an old folks town where if you left money out in public, it would be there the next day). When I asked the post office employee what that was all about they said nobody can leave any political materials inside the post office but they always do and the janitor cleans them up anyway, no big deal.