The camera man, Leo Flores then captures footage of men driving a silver truck pull back up to the intersection, get out of the car, and then proceed to hit the camera and Flores.
The video, which you can watch here, was turned over to police and a police report was filed, however no charges have been pressed at the time.
"To tell you the truth I was scared because I knew their main object was they were going to come after the camera and come after me and try to hurt me," said Flores about when the men returned after vandalizing the signs.
"One guy went up to the camera, hit it, they were trying to take the camera away from me, they were trying to intimidate me in a way," said Flores. "This is something that made me mad, made me upset, because we're not going around messing with their signs."
The Lubbock County Democrats turned the video over to Lubbock Police Wednesday after filing a police report. No charges have been filed against the men in the video.
"This is beyond a partisan thing, even though that is wrapped up in this, we still need to talk about this because it is not okay to call someone a racial slur," said Lubbock County Democrat Chair Kenny Ketner.
Ketner and Flores both say that not only is it an issue that people are still vandalizing signs, but a bigger issue is the use of racial slurs.
"I think the public needs to see this so that we can have that serious discussion about racism," said Ketner.
"We need to talk about this in the city, and address this racial problems, secret racial problems that we have in the city," said Flores.
Lubbock County Republican Chair Carl Tepper said he hopes this issue can be put behind everyone now that police are involved.