Terre Haute, Ind. (AP) Firefighters are investigating a blaze that destroyed the presidential campaign office of Hillary Rodham Clinton in Terre Haute.
The fire broke out after midnight Friday, and flames were showing when firefighters arrived.
No one was reported injured.
The cause is under investigation.
Clinton is battling Illinois Sen. Barack Obama for the democratic presidential nomination. Both candidates have set up offices throughout Indiana as they battle for the state's 72 delegates in the May 6 primary.
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