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Obama campaign office window smashed during Occupy protest
OAKLAND, Calif. (KGO) -- A window at President Barack Obama's Oakland campaign office was smashed Friday night as a group of protesters marched through downtown.
A group of 100-200 Occupy Oakland protesters began marching down Telegraph Avenue after being denied a permit to protest near the First Friday event at Art Murmur.
A few Obama campaign volunteers were working inside the office when the window was smashed in with a brick. No one was hurt.
Police made no arrests.
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