Just 24 days before the nation chooses a new president, the race for the White House has taken on an ominous tone.
Someone fired a shot at the field campaign office for President Obama in Denver, Colorado on Friday. There were staffers in the office at the time that the shot was fired around 3:30 p.m. said Denver police spokeswoman Raquel Lopez.
A window at the field office was shattered by the gunshot, but there were no reported injuries. Police are reviewing surveillance video, but so far the only lead is a car seen leaving the area. Police aren’t releasing any other details to the media.
In the meantime, the Mitt Romney campaign was disrupted by a Romney supporter who wore a racially charged t-shirt that read “Put the white back in the White House.” No one in the Romney camp saw the t-shirt. Buzzfeed, the outlet that posted the picture says Romney/Ryan campaign spokesperson “commented that the shirt was reprehensible and has no place in this election.”