The Union Leader has an update on the investigation into the anti-Mormon calls placed in November. According to New Hampshire’s deputy attorney general, “Bud” Fitch, the state’s ban on so-called push polls does not apply to the primary, only the general election, so the investigation will hinge on whether the language used in the poll asked who somebody would vote for for president, rather than just the nomination.
Meanwhile, there is a separate batch of anti-McCain and pro-Huckabee calls being made in the state, by an outside Virginia-based non-profit group led by Patrick Davis. Davis said the calls will continue, even though Huckabee himself has asked for them to stop.
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