Election posters of independent candidate Dai Le ripped apart and painted with graffiti

Campaign posters for an independent candidate running for the Southwest sydney Fowler’s seat in the federal election have been defaced and painted.

Corflutes with Dai Le’s face on them have been cut up and scrawled with Vietnamese writing accusing her of being an “evil murderer” and a “communist”.

Mobile phone video shows a woman dressed in orange cutting Dai Le signs from a fence in Canley Vale last night.

Dai Le campaign posters in South West Sydney have been vandalized in Fowler.
Dai Le campaign posters in south-west Sydney have been vandalized. (9News)

Signs outside the Vietnamese Association of New South Wales have also been destroyed.

Ms. Le told her that she has already replaced the signs in the electorate three times and suspects that a rival team is behind the vandalism.

His family fled communism in Vietnam after his family escaped from refugee camps in Southeast Asia in the late 1970s.

Dai Le campaign posters in South West Sydney have been vandalized in Fowler.
Co-flutes have been cut and scribbled all over the Fowler electorate. (Supplied)

Fowler’s seat is also being contested by NSW’s first Prime Minister, Kristina Keneally, who has been accused of “parachuting” into the electorate.

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