Sen. Toomey condemns anti-Republican graffiti

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Republican Senator Pat Toomey is condemning a case of vandalism, at his neighbor's home in Upper Milford Township, Lehigh County, outside of Philadelphia.  Pennsylvania State Police were called to the home to investigate anti-Republican graffiti, spray-painted on the home.  The painted remarks included references to Nazis and rapists.  Toomey says he is appalled by the act.

"They're wonderful people and they're great friends.  They don't deserve that kind of outrageous misbehavior.  I hope the people who did that are found and prosecuted, frankly."

Toomey's political opponent, Democrat Katie McGinty, also released a statement on the incident, calling the vandalism "unacceptable."

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