A Republican group is condemning Republican nominee for Florida House District 1 Mike Hill for his campaign’s tactics in the Republican primary.

The Republican Liberty Caucus of Florida, which endorsed Hill in 2016 during his bid to win a seat in the Florida Senate, issued a press release late Tuesday condemning Hill for “horrendous personal attacks” against his opponent Rebekah Bydlak and called his conduct “deceitful, inappropriate and ungentlemanlike.”

Hill did not respond to the News Journal’s request for comment.

A former state representative from District 2, Hill is now the Republican nominee for District 1 after winning a close 543-vote victory against Bydlak in the Aug. 28 primary.

Hill is facing Democrat Vikki Garrett in the general election.

District 1 covers the northern two-thirds of Escambia County.

While Hill was calling for Trump’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star to be moved to Pensacola in the final weeks of the race, the District 1 Republican voters were being bombarded with a flurry of mailers.