The political environment remains very polarized in the country, one week before the elections.
At least four bullets received the headquarters of the Republican Party in the county of Volusia, on the northeast coast of Florida, when strangers fired on the outside of the building and broke a display case.
The attack on the Republican headquarters in the town of South Daytona caused no casualties , although it left broken glass and damage to one of the walls of the building.
The incident was discovered yesterday morning and it is unknown when it occurred, although the authorities indicated that it must have been perpetrated between Sunday afternoon and early Monday, the WKMG channel reported .
No one has been arrested or the authorship of the shooting has been attached.
This incident takes place in a very polarized political environment in the country, one week after midterm elections.
On Friday, Cesar Altieri Sayoc, the alleged author of the sending of multiple bomb packages to prominent Democratic figures and the US television network CNN , in New York and Washington DC , was also arrested in Florida .
The next day, on Saturday, 11 people died in an attack on a synagogue in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
The nationalist and anti-immigration rhetoric of President Donald Trump has been identified as a possible stimulant of both events.
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