Vandal breaks councilman’s property on eve of election

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OCEANSIDE, Calif. – The home of an Oceanside City Councilman running for re-election was vandalized Monday.

Councilman Gary Felien discovered broken front light and damaged yard signs on his property Monday around 8 a.m. He posted the pictures of damage to his Facebook page.

Felien said the timing of the vandalism was suspicious and thinks its campaign related.

Felien is running against Chuck Lowery, Dana Corso and Robert Tran.

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