A Delaware Democrat was apparently up to dirty tricks a week before Halloween, removing her opponent's campaign flyers from a resident's front porch.  

On "The Ingraham Angle" Wednesday, Raymond Arroyo noted that this was a risky move, since many homeowners have cameras on their property nowadays. 

Both candidates were seen on the surveillance camera of Middletown resident Randy J. Smith, who posted the footage to Facebook on Friday. 


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It showed Democratic candidate Monique Johns arrive at Smith's door, remove her opponent's campaign flier - which was left earlier in the afternoon - and replace it with her own pamphlet. 



Johns, who is running against State Rep. Kevin Hensley (R) took to Facebook on Monday to apologize after the state Democratic Party chairman condemned her actions. 

"Today, I ask for the forgiveness of the residents of the 9th Representative District," Johns wrote. “I made a mistake. I removed the literature of my opponent's campaign from the door of a voter. It was wrong and I should never have done it.”

Watch the clip above. 


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