Republican Party offices vandalized in North Carolina and Colorado


PUBLISHED Fri, November 04, 2016 - 1:32pm EDT
Credit: NC GOP


A Republican Party office in North Carolina and a Trump campaign office in Colorado have been vandalized with graffiti overnight, officials say, just weeks after a GOP office in North Carolina was firebombed.





The latest incident in North Carolina happened on early Friday when someone spray-painted the words "Fuck Trump" on a wall of the Alamance County Republican Party headquarters. A sign had the word "Republican" blacked out and "NA" was spray-painted on the door to the office.

In Colorado, the Trump campaign's Denver office was also vandalized overnight, with someone spray-painting "Trump = pervert - thief - asswipe" on the side of the building. The letter "L" was also spray-painted on multiple windows.

The incidents come less than three weeks after the Republican Party office in Orange County, North Carolina, was the target of a firebombing. A threatening message was spray-painted in black on the side of a nearby building, saying: "Nazi Republicans, leave town or else". It was accompanied by a swastika.

"This is deeply troubling to our Alamance County GOP members and volunteers, but even more so, this is troubling for our nation," Alamance County GOP Chairman Ben York said. "It is my hope that we can be an example to the world that this behavior is unacceptable, and it will not deter us from the noble responsibility we have to live and vote in the freedom that has been given to us."

No arrests have been made in connection with any of the incidents.





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