19 September 2012 1:25 PM, PDT | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

The Wall Street Journal published 20 op-eds from nine advisers to Mitt Romney's campaign without disclosing their ties to the Republican presidential candidate, the liberal watchdog group Media Matters reported Wednesday. The op-ed pieces attacked President Barack Obama and bolstered Romney's talking points on a range of campaign issues. "In several instances, the Journal failed to disclose an op-ed writer's connection despite its own news section reporting that the writer is advising Romney," Media Matter's Eric Hananoki wrote in the report. In other cases, the disclosures were spotty. One writer was identified as a »


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