A Republican campaign office was reportedly vandalized in Mesa, Arizona.
This comes as another GOP office was vandalized in late August, just hours away, in Flagstaff, Arizona. During the August incident, a rock that was thrown through a glass door had “(expletive) Trump” written on a note attached, the Arizona Daily Sun reported. GOP offices have been vandalized across the U.S. throughout the midterm election season, in places such as Nebraska, Illinois and Wyoming.
Another GOP office vandalized in Arizona. First it was Flagstaff, now it’s Mesa. They throw rocks, we knock doors. pic.twitter.com/ut3LJzb9Hv
— Rick Gorka (@Rick_Gorka) October 12, 2018
The window that was shattered in Mesa had a sign for Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey displayed, according to a tweet from Republican National Committee spokesman Rick Gorka. Ducey is looking to continue serving as governor and is running against Democrat David Garcia in the Nov. 6 midterm election. (RELATED: Wyoming GOP Office Set On Fire Less Than Two Days After Opening — Police Say It Was Intentional)
Ducey remains ahead in the race, less than a month out. A Tuesday poll showed he had a 17-point lead over his Democratic opponent.
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