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Petition to investigate NH 2002 phone-jamming scandal

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I just came across this petition advertised on DailyKos, calling for Rep John Sununu, R of New Hampshire to be required to testify before Congress.

From the site:

The New Hampshire Democratic Party (NHDP) today launched a new web ad and
online petition drive asking John E. Sununu to testify before Congress about
the 2002 phone jamming scandal. The House Judiciary Committee recently
announced it will investigate the illegal election-day scheme that has already resulted in three convictions with two men going to jail, including the former Executive Director of the New Hampshire Republican Party.

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Check it out and see if you want to sign the petition and tell others about it.

Diana Finch
Member, New York City Community Church Election Task Force


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