Karen Brown says car was vandalized election morning

    Not a great start to Election Day for Republican mayoral candidate Karen Brown.

    She says she found paint splattered on her car early this morning in South Philadelphia. This after telling Metropolis’ Tom Ferrick earlier this year her car has been vandalized eight times.

    Brown told CBS3 this morning that number is now at least 10. She then held up a Republican ballot, outside her polling place at Neumann-Goretti, without her name on it.

    Polls close at 8 p.m., after which point we’ll know if Brown, Wali Rahman or Michael Nutter will run the city for the next four years.

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