In it, but not of it. TPM DC
A county Republican chairman also chimed in:
George J. Williams, Oswego County Republican chairman, said Mr. Hoffman's assertion "is not accurate." He said he roamed the county on Election Day and saw no evidence of tampering.
"We're not going to take the blame because he didn't hold his concession speech," Mr. Williams said. "If there's any doubt, I would never concede. I know things could happen. Did illegal things happen? No, I do not believe that."
Hoffman's spokesman Rob Ryan told the paper: "When and if we challenge the election, we will lay out the evidence on these matters."