Republican Party Office Vandalized in Arizona, Fourth State Where GOP Office Targeted by Vandals

State   |   Henry Rogers   |   Oct 12, 2018   |   2:48PM   |   Mesa, Arizona

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. During the August incident, a rock that was thrown through the window had “(expletive) Trump,” written on a note attached. GOP offices have been vandalized across the U.S. throughout the midterm elections, in such likes Nebraska, Illinois and Wyoming.

The window that was shattered had a sign for Arizona Republican Gov. Doug Ducey displayed. Ducey is looking to continue serving as governor and is running against Democrat David Garcia in the Nov. 6 midterm election.

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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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