Authorities in Sacramento, California, have confirmed that a suspicious package addressed to Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) appears similar to the 12 others that contained pipe bombs. The contents of Harris’ package have not yet been disclosed. A spokeswoman for Harris later confirmed in a statement that a package was received at her Sacramento field office. “It is incumbent upon leaders across the political spectrum to take seriously the power they hold,” the statement read. “It is the responsibility of our leaders to use their role as public figures to elevate our discourse and bring people together.” CNN also reported authorities are investigating a similar “suspicious package” intercepted in California and addressed to billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer. “We are seeing a systematic attack on our democracy and our rule of law that extends much further than just one isolated terrorist in Florida,” Steyer wrote in a statement confirming the suspicious package intercepted was meant for him. “It’s time for the Republican Party to denounce any attacks on the rights and dignity of any American[.]” On Friday morning, police arrested a suspect in Florida in connection with the pipe bombs that were sent to prominent Democratic leaders and outspoken Trump critics.