Vandals shattered two large window panes overnight at the state Assembly campaign office of former City Councilman Nate Holden, officials said Sunday.
Metal guards beyond the glass prevented theft or further damage, but bits of glass were strewn on the sidewalk and inside the office on Crenshaw Boulevard, said office manager Elisa Taylor.
Police were called to file a report. The glass was expected to be replaced by today. Holden's campaign for the 47th District seat held a kickoff rally at the office Sunday.