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Conservatives admit they were behind "push poll," following analysis of phone message - 2013-02-05

F0.png Conservatives admit they were behind "push poll," following analysis of phone message February 5, 2013, Stephen Maher, Ottawa Citizen, Canada.com

OTTAWA – A forensic voice-analysis expert has matched a voice recording from a mysterious company that sent out a robocall "push poll" about Saskatchewan riding boundaries to the firm that was used to send out the infamous "Pierre Poutine" calls in the last election.

After initially denying any involvement, the Conservatives said Tuesday that they had failed to identify themselves as the source of the voice-broadcast to Saskatchewan residents last week.

The party blamed an "internal miscommunication" for the failure to identify itself and the origin of the call.

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{{cite news | first = Stephen | last = Maher | author2 = Glen McGregor | title = Conservatives admit they were behind "push poll," following analysis of phone message | url = https://o.canada.com/news/national/conservatives-admit-they-were-behind-push-poll-following-analysis-of-phone-message | work = Ottawa Citizen | publisher = Canada.com | date = February 5, 2013 | accessdate = August 30, 2019 }}