Allen Raymond's book, "How to Rig an Election: Confessions of a Republican Operative," offers a raw, inside glimpse of the illegal election-day scheme to jam the phone lines of New Hampshire Democrats during the state's tight 2002 U.S. Senate election.
Allen Raymond's book, "How to Rig an Election: Confessions of a Republican Operative," offers a raw, inside glimpse of the illegal election-day scheme to jam the phone lines of New Hampshire Democrats during the state's tight 2002 U.S. Senate election. George Bridges / MCT
Allen Raymond's book, "How to Rig an Election: Confessions of a Republican Operative," offers a raw, inside glimpse of the illegal election-day scheme to jam the phone lines of New Hampshire Democrats during the state's tight 2002 U.S. Senate election. George Bridges / MCT

Inside a GOP effort to rig the 2002 New Hampshire elections

December 18, 2007 02:26 PM

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