Former New Hampshire GOP Chair Fergus Cullen, who unsuccessfully tried to remove Trump’s name from the New Hampshire primary ballot, took to Twitter to slam Miller, saying he “offers no proof. Delusional. There are no bused-in voter.”
“I will pay $1000 to 1st person proving even 1 out of state person took bus from MA 2 any NH polling place last Election Day,” Cullen added.
And former state attorney general and veteran GOP consultant Tom Rath, who was a top adviser to Ohio Gov. John Kasich’s bid for the Republican nomination, wrote “let me as be unequivocal as possible-allegations of voter fraud in NH are baseless, without any merit-it’s shameful to spread these fantasies.”
But state Rep. Al Baldasaro of Londonderry, a top adviser and surrogate for Trump during the primary and general election campaigns, said he’s witnessed voter fraud in the Granite State, pointing to “all the Massachusetts cars park at Londonderry polls on election day.”