MARKHAM, Ill. (CBS) — The mayor of a south suburb was up for re-election Tuesday, a day after he reported his campaign signs were defaced and thrown away.

The city of Markham tweeted a photo that showed Roger Agpawa signs in a trash bin. The city also said someone painted over a photo of Agpawa’s face.

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Markham Mayor Roger Agpawa Campaign Sign Vandalism

(Credit: City of Markham)

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A pile of feces was found steps away from his campaign offices.

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Polls are open until 7 p.m. Tuesday for municipal elections in the suburbs. Positions including village presidents, mayors, clerks and trustees are all on the ballot.