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Marc Giauque, KSL Newsradio A first of its kind political tool is being put to use in the 2008 political presidential campaign. It's on the Internet, and it's aimed right at Mitt Romney.
The Web site www.romneyfacts.com is said to contain a huge collection of public records from Romney's political career. They include financial disclosures, statements, actions and even past political ads.
University of Utah political science professor Tim Chambless isn't surprised Democrats are getting involved even though Republicans are far from choosing their candidate. "He's perceived as perhaps having the most money to run and, perhaps, is leading in New Hampshire and Iowa," he said.
The Web site will also allow people to submit items for possible posting.