Patrick Bradley, who’s 34, had exited the voting polls outside of Windham High School in Windham, New Hampshire, and walked by a Trump “campaign tent occupied by several campaign supporters/workers,” the Windham Police Department said in a statement Thursday.
He then allegedly assaulted the teenager and two adults who attempted to intervene. CNN has not identified or been in contact with the alleged victims.
“Bradley was also accused of throwing Trump campaign signs and attempting to knock over the aforementioned tent,” the statement says.
Bradley, who was charged with three counts of simple assault and one count of disorderly conduct, entered pleas of not guilty to all four charges Friday morning, said Heather Iworsky, a prosecutor with the Windham Police Department. He was being held on $5,000 cash bail and is due back in court March 4.
It was not immediately clear if Bradley had an attorney.
State GOP Chairman Stephen Stepanek called the incident a “despicable and unacceptable act” and called on state Democrats to condemn it.
“Any effort to intimidate or attack our party volunteers will not deter the thousands of Granite State Republicans who canvass, phone bank and hold signs in support of our candidates between now and November 3rd,” he said.
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