Signs thanking voters damaged at NCGOP headquarters

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Signs on the North Carolina Republican Party headquarters in Raleigh were damaged, according to a NCGOP official.

Executive Director Dallas Woodhouse sent a photo of the damaged signs to the media and posted them on Twitter Thursday morning.

Before Thursday, the NCGOP has seen three of its headquarters across the state vandalized.

The Orange County headquarter was fire bombed in October. The someone fired a pellet gun at GOP offices in Bayboro on Oct. 19.

In Alamance County, someone spray painted the Republican headquarters with expletives just before the election.