Seven women are accusing a Utah Democratic Party chair candidate of sexual misconduct, including kissing two women without permission and showing others his underwear.
Rob Miller, who has formerly served as the state party’s vice chair and treasurer, has said the allegations are false and claimed the letter is a form of political sabotage ahead of the June 17 convention, where the party chair will be elected.
‘There’s not any merit to it. There is no sexual harassment,’ Miller told the Salt Lake Tribune.
The letter, which is dated May 25, was sent to the state Democratic Party Executive Committee, according to Fox 13.
It outlines eight allegations against Miller that they say he committed at official party events or meetings.
According to the seven women who signed the…