“I’m sorry to share with everyone we are not going to be able to hold our convention today.”

That’s Minnesota GOP Chair Jennifer Carnahan after the party had to postpone its “virtual” state convention Saturday amid technical issues. The convention was being held via Zoom as a result of COVID-19. After several delays, Carnahan told viewers that the glitches may have been the work of a hacker…

“There is a possibility that there has been or was an attempt by an outside source to impede our business and could be a rational explanation for the massive amounts of overflow trying to logjam the system.”

Carnahan says the party investigating the interruption. So far, a rescheduled convention date has not been announced. The convention was meant to elect national delegates, presidential electors and endorse a U-S Senate candidate.