HILLSBORO, Ore. -- Someone tossed a rock through the window of the Hillsboro campaign office used by three Republican candidates for the Oregon Legislature.
Cody McLaughlin, a campaign manager for two of the candidates, said the vandalism occurred late Friday or early Saturday when no one was in the office.
A volunteer discovered the damage when arriving for work Saturday.
No one has claimed responsibility or been arrested, so it's unknown if it was political or a random act of vandalism.
McLaughlin said in an interview: "There's no sense pointing fingers."
The office is shared by state Sen. Bruce Starr and two Republican candidates for the House: Mark Richman and Dan Mason.
McLaughlin said the campaign has placed calls to have the window replaced.