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Monday, August 07, 2006

Hatch's press release

The Legislative Auditor said that Hatch was wrong to put his running mate's name on a press release on Attorney General letterhead. Hatch says it was okay, but I am going to have to agree with Jim Nobles here. Putting a political press release on AG letterhead was over the line. All Hatch had to do was put it on his campaign letterhead and it would have been just fine. It's not hard to do.

I won't dignify State Republican Chair Ron Carey's other baseless accusations with a response. If he has proof that something illegal is happening, let's see it.


At 9:27 AM, August 08, 2006, Anonymous AHW said...

Is it just me or is anyone else seeing a surge in accusations by both parties against the other? Instead of substantive debate, we have allegations of minor election mistakes every week coming from both parties and their campaigns. Also, the media really likes to play up the possibility of wrongdoing.
For some reason, campaign finance board investitations seem to be more popular than analyzing the merits and consequences of a "no new taxes" pledge and other serious issues.


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