A correction. On Saturday I noted that a judge in New Hampshire had ordered the state Republican party to turn over all its records about its own investigation of the party's election-tampering activities on election day 2002. I said this was the judge in the upcoming trial of James Tobin, arch-phone jammmer who was then the NRSC Northeast political director and a Bill Frist employee.
The last part was incorrect. This happened not in the Tobin criminal case but in a separate legal proceeding -- the state Democratic party's civil suit against the state Republican party.
As I should have remembered, covering the NH GOP requires a pretty detailed knowledge of the state court system.