A progressive New Hampshire group blog, called BlueHampshire.com, has suspended user accounts originating out Hillary Clinton's campaign office because they violated a policy of the website.
In a posting on BlueHampshire.com, one of the site's founders explains four "user" accounts were made within minutes of each other and all from the same IP address, which tracked back to the Clinton campaign.
Then those four user accounts began posting positive material about Clinton hoping to influence the viewers of the website. Over the past year BlueHampshire.com has grown in clout offering a space where primarily New Hampshire Democrats can talk among themselves about issues of the day. In fact the website and its founders were recently profiled on the front page of the Wall Street Journal.
The Clinton campaign and others have spent considerable energy on the website. The website encourages campaigns to post, but asks that they identify themselves. These four users apparently did not do that. The Clinton campaign said they were unaware of the issue and that it wasn't an "orchestrated effort", but just overzealous volunteers.