Two women have now come forward and accused former Vice President Joe Biden of touching them inappropriately in a non-sexual way.

Lucy Flores, a former candidate for lieutenant governor in Nevada, said in an essay she wrote forThe Cut that Biden smelled her hair and kissed her on the back of her head when he attended a campaign rally for her in 2014. Flores said the incident made her feel "uneasy, gross, and confused."

On Monday, Amy Lappos told the Hartford Courant that at a fundraiser in 2009, Biden rubbed noses with her, making Lappos think he was going to kiss her.

During an interview with Boston Public Radio Tuesday, Sue O’Connell, co-publisher of Bay Windows and the South End News and the host of NECN’s The Take with Sue O’Connell, said that these allegations were "not going to derail his candidacy."

O'Connell said that the allegations won't amount to a larger scandal because nothing more salacious than the current accusations will surface. "There is not another shoe that's going to drop," she said.

O'Connell did have advice for Biden if he didn't want to further hurt his presidential chances: "Stop hugging people."