Racist graffiti reported on campaign signs
Not all Election Day news is good.
The Sheriff’s Office was contacted this morning with a report that campaign yard signs had been defaced near the intersection of Broad Run Drive and Dairy Lane in the Broad Run Farms section of Sterling.
According to the Sheriff’s Office, racial epithets, profanity and a swastika were painted on the signs and nearby street.
The Sheriff’s Office has been unable to contact the homeowners, who are believed to have not been home at the time of the incident.
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