Rough morning for Obama's Minnesota office
ST. PAUL, Minn.-- After an exciting day for the Obama campaign, a local branch is having a bit of a set back.
The local campaign office for Senator Obama was vandalized early Sunday morning, a little after 1:00.
Police responded to the Raymond Avenue office in St. Paul to find two large plate glass windows and a glass door completely smashed out. There was also paint splattered on the outside and inside of the building.
One person was inside at the time of the incident but was not hurt.
No suspects are in custody yet.