A load of manure was dumped outside a Democratic Party field office in southern Ohio on Saturday.
According to the Cincinnati Enquirer, Bethe Goldenfield — the DNC chairperson for Warren County, Ohio — called the police around 7:45 a.m. Saturday alerting them of the manure. Once sheriff deputies arrived to the scene, Goldenfield, along with other party officials, reviewed security footage with the deputies.
"What reasonable person thinks this is OK????” Goldenfield wrote in a local Facebook group. "I won't be responding to anyone who thinks this is acceptable behavior. It is ILLEGAL!"
“So hopefully the perps will be held accountable for their actions,” she added.
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The same thing happened in 2012, Goldenfield noted. The suburban Cincinnati county is overwhelmingly Republican; Mitt Romney got 69 percent of the vote four years ago. It's been almost 40 years since a Democrat was elected to countywide office.
The Warren County Sheriff's office had no additional information. Goldenfield said the party hired a contractor to remove the pile.
This isn’t the first time vandalism to a political field office has made headlines in recent weeks. Two weeks ago, a Republican office in central North Carolina was firebombed.