Investigators believe someone purposely set an Arizona Democratic Party building on fire early Friday morning.
According to AZ Central, heavy smoke and flames were shooting out of the downtown Phoenix building around 1 a.m. Friday morning.
No one was inside at the time, and no there were no firefighter-related injuries reported.
Now police are searching for the suspect who set the building fire.
This location is central to the Arizona Democratic Party, which is seen as a coin-toss in the upcoming November elections.
The party says it will continue to operate with just 100 days before the Presidential election.
Just two months ago, a Republic building in a nearby county was damaged after someone threw an object through a window.
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