Specifically, her office.
The Escondido Republican will report for her first day of legislative duty today to find her office carpet soaked, a ceiling tile collapsed, and water leaking from a fixture housing two fluorescent lights.
Assembly administrator Jon Waldie said the damage is due to the severe storm that ripped through the Sacramento area this weekend. The specific source of the leak affecting Waldron's office has not been found, he said.
Computers from Waldron's fifth-floor office were removed Sunday to prevent possible damage, Waldie said.
Meanwhile, Waldron will be relocated temporarily to the Capitol's first floor.
PHOTO CREDIT: Photo courtesy of the office of Assemblywoman Marie Waldron.