This time it’s in Spokane, Washington, where a Bush campaign office was broken into. The Seattle Times reports:
Offices that house President Bush’s re-election campaign in Spokane were broken into and vandalized last night, the latest in a string of crimes at Republican offices across the country.
Workers arriving this morning found a hole smashed through the wall from an adjacent, vacant office. Bush campaign officials say a small amount of petty cash is missing and a computer and television had been moved and left near the hole.
In Bellevue last week , computers that stored the Republican get-out-the-vote database were stolen in a burglary at the Republican headquarters there . Bush campaign officials believe the break – ins are part of a broader attack on the president’s re-election offices around the country, including a burglary in Canton, Ohio, last night, gun shots fired in West Virginia, Florida and Tennessee and union protestors storming offices in three Florida cities and Minneapolis.
The Seattle Times is a very liberal paper, so it is to be commended for reporting straightforwardly on the crime wave unleashed by the Democratic Party in this year’s campaign.
UPDATE: I haven’t been able to find any report on the Canton, Ohio burglary referred to in the Times article.