New Hampshire Attorney General Kelly Ayotte is about to give a press conference requesting the public’s help in identifying who employed the Oregon-based company Moore-Information to conduct an alleged anti-Romney push poll. The investigation began after complaints were filed by Mitt Romney and John McCain’s presidential campaigns.
According to a statement by the N.H. attorney general, “Based on the information gathered to date, it has been determined that Western Wats, of Orem, Utah, conducted the telephone poll at issue. It was also determined that Moore-Information, Inc. … hired Western Wats to conduct the poll, was involved in developing the content of the transcript for the poll, and set the dates for the poll to be conducted in New Hampshire.” The attorney general’s office has been working to issue out-of-state subpoenas to for Moore-Information to disclose who hired them and why, in order to determine if New Hampshire’s law against push polling was actually violated.
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