MANCHESTER, N.H. -- The Clinton campaign is accusing the Obama campaign of violating state law by placing automated phone calls to numbers on the Do Not Call list. An Obama official said the accusation is just "11th-hour false attacks".
A poll out tonight shows Obama leading Clinton by 10 points.
Former State Rep. Sandy Keans, a Clinton supporter from Rochester, said she received a call.
“This afternoon, I received a pre-recorded phone message from the Obama campaign attacking Senator Clinton even though I am on the Do-Not-Call List," Keans said.
The Clinton campaign quickly called a press conference call on the issue.
Former state Democratic party chair Kathy Sullivan, a Clinton supporter, said she was "disappointed" in the Obama campaign.
The ad itself was not a negative message and identified itself as being paid for by Obama.
In response the Obama called the move desperate.
"Every hour since Hillary Clinton lost in Iowa, her attacks have become more and more desperate. This call was in direct response to one of many 11th-hour false attacks Clinton has made at the end of the New Hampshire campaign. Our disclaimer absolutely complies with the federal law and our vendor has assured us that he scrubbed the list for people on the Do Not Call registry. However, if this call went to someone who should not have received it, we will make sure the vendor takes every step to make sure this doesn’t happen again," said New Hampshire Obama campaign co-chair Ned Helms.