But Gasper's campaign said it didn't commission the poll, opening up the question of why Turner's campaign blamed her for it.
“It’s not us,” said Gasper’s spokeswoman Shu-Yen Wei.
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When the Dayton Daily News put that question to Turner's campaign, spokesman Adam Howard said that he didn't know "who else would do something like that." He encouraged the newspaper to talk to Krebs.
Krebs confirmed his wife took a call from a pollster who asked about the District 10 congressional race. Krebs also said he "wasn't sure" who was conducting the poll.
Krebs said that "assumption is the lowest form of knowledge," but admitted he could only "assume that whoever did this" poll did so in conjunction with Gasper.
"We don't know it for certain," Krebs said.
Despite Gasper’s team denying the poll was theirs, and Krebs himself saying he didn't know where it came from, Turner's campaign spokesman stuck with the claims.
"I know of no other professional organization that makes these mistakes, so clearly Gasper's campaign is a mess," Howard said.
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