The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office is investigating political mailers
HAVERHILL — The New Hampshire Attorney General’s office is investigating political mailers in Haverhill. The mailers opposing petition Articles 10 and 11 — to direct $687,600 in town funds to Woodsville Fire and Highway — were unsigned in violation of state political advertising law. In a statement, the AG’s office wrote, “The mailer does not identify the party responsible for sending the mailer but uses a United States Postal permit from Manchester, New Hampshire. The Election Law Unit is investigating this matter and has determined that the Postal permit belongs to Spectrum Printing. As of this time, we have requested Spectrum Printing disclose the name of the party that paid for the mailer and are awaiting a response.” The statement was released at 4 p.m. Friday. Representatives from the AGs office were unavailable for further comment.