posted on March 28, 2008 11:16
You know a campaign is getting rough when the consultants start attacking each other.
As part of its effort to stop the NEA ads for Bev Perdue, the Moore campaign sent out emails with N&O clips linking the NEA to disgraced lottery-lobbyist Kevin Geddings and to Perdue adviser Mac McCorkle. The NEA helped pay for pro-lottery ads in 2005 – ads produced by Geddings.
Question: What was the relationship between Moore campaign manager Jay Reiff, Geddings and McCorkle when they were all working for Governor Easley and for the lottery in both North and South Carolina?
This could get truly nasty.
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