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In NH, Scandal Gives GOP Gov Hopeful Bad Start

Coburn told NHPR DiBenedetto was "an honest man" and that he knew nothing of the suit, which the company settled for $20 million. His campaign spokeswoman, Alicia Preston, said, "when people sue companies they name anyone they can. . . this guy wasn't involved in whatever that wrongdoing was."

Coburn was facing an uphill battle already: his main opponent, the incumbent governor Democrat John Lynch, has an approval rating in the 60s. This won't make things easier. Here's to a better tomorrow, Jim.