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Thursday, June 29, 2006

Lieberman push polling

Boy, Joe is really desperate.

I'm receiving reports of polling companies who are calling readers and are testing out lies about Ned Lamont. Lamontblog and My Left Nutmeg are also receiving reports of the calls.

If anyone has received a call, please email me and give me the details. A bonus prize goes out to the person who records the conversation.

UPDATE: Well, that was fast. I'll have to connect the dots with Mountain West Research Center. I have a feeling someone in the Lieberman camp used these guys in a prior campaign.

UPDATE 2: I'll have more on Mountain West Research Center later today. Remember, if anyone has received a call from a polling company, please email or IM me (IM: ctblogger. Yahoo or AOL).