Driver 'intentionally targeted' Trump campaign volunteers, county GOP says

According to authorities in Jacksonville, Florida a man in Florida is under arrest after he deliberately drove a van into a tent where Republican voters were being registered.

The Washington Times reports the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office said via social media on Sunday that 27-year-old Gregory William Loel Timm has been charged with two counts of aggravated assault on a person 65 years old or older, one count of criminal mischief and driving with a suspended license.

The Republican party of Duval County said it had set up the tent on Saturday in order to register voters. The county GOP said via Twitter that six volunteers for President Trump’s campaign “were intentionally targeted while registering voters.”

Witnesses said the man approached them in “kind of a friendly demeanor” and then “accelerated his vehicle and plowed right into our tent.”

Jail records show Timm was still in custody Sunday morning.

Corrie O'Connnor

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