The computers contained highly sensitive information, including the party s financial information, names and personal phone numbers of hundreds of party members, candidates, and volunteers.
The computers also stored e-mails from candidates that included discussion about campaign strategy.
Glass Doctor worker Tim Born repairs the broken window in Tina Skeldon Wozniak's office at the Democratic Headquarters in Toledo today.
A second computer, belonging to an attorney-volunteer working to ensure voters rights, also was taken, officials said. The headquarters on 1817 Madison Avenue does have an alarm system that volunteers believed they set late Monday when they left.
However, it apparently wasn t tripped during the night. Workers arriving about 7:30 a.m. yesterday noticed the back window had been shattered and called police.
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