Vandalism Strikes Both Parties In Denver

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During the final election push, comes vandalism.

Neither side has been immune. The Denver Republican headquarters had four big campaign signs stolen, after vandals drilled 17 holes into their stucco walls. The total damage came out to more than $2,000.

The Democratic headquarters a few blocks away had graffiti sprayed onto its walls and sidewalk.

Police have been notified of both incidences, but have no clues as to who do it. Representatives from both parties in Denver are calling for people to be more respectful of those on opposing sides as the election draws near.

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