In an unprecedented display of desperation the Gooch campaign has issued cease and desist letters to Cablevision and Comcast, demanding that the cable providers stop running Anna Little's ads, according to Leigh-Ann Bellow, spokesperson for the Little campaign.
So far, this blog and youtube have not received a letter.
Bellew told MoreMonmouthMusings that Diane Gooch claimed that Little's ad did not comply with FEC regulations. Comcast's attorneys determined that the ad was in compliance. The Little campaign added graphics to the video to address the complaint, just in case. The ad will continue to run through Tuesday provided Mickey doesn't buy the cable giants this afternoon.
MoreMonmouthMusings has requested a copy of the Gooch letter. We'll post it here if we get it.
The letter was written by former NJ GOP Executive Director Brain Nelson, now of the law firm Menna Supko and Nelson LLC in Shrewsbury. You may view the letter here.
The firm's offices\ is also a phone bank location for the Gooch campaign.
My account at keepandshare.com has exceeded its daily bandwith allowance. Those who wish to download the Gooch campaign's letter to Cablevision and Comcast can comeback after midnight or grab it from Save Jersey.