Jan 27, 2016 4:02 PM
UPDATE: Rand Paul campaign says no voter data compromised after thefts from Manchester HQ
MANCHESTER - The Rand Paul campaign says no voter data was compromised in an overnight break-in at its Manchester headquarters.
READ: Laptops, electronics stolen from Rand Paul HQ in Manchester; unknown if voter data compromised
where two laptops, four iPads and several other electronic devices were taken.
Police say they are currently investigating the thefts, which were discovered Wednesday morning when a campaign worker entered the office at 50 Bridge Street.