Oct 26, 2010 8:25 AM by Bea Karnes, News First 5
DENVER (AP) - Denver Republicans say vandals drove holes into the outside walls of their party headquarters and ripped down campaign signs.
GOP officials say police are investigating the damage done Saturday and Sunday nights. Spokesman Aindriu Colgan says the damage was estimated at $2,200.
The Denver County GOP says about 17 holes were made in the stucco walls at the headquarters Saturday.
The next night, four large campaign signs were torn off the building's walls and thrown into the street.