Betsy Muse has a long, extensively-documented post about inaccuracies and misrepresentations from the Jim Neal campaign.
I've been impressed by Neal, and turned off by the slime-fest in the gubernatorial race, so it's disappointing to see his campaign playing these games.
Looks like the best piece of political reporting in North Carolina today was done by a blogger.
UPDATE: Neal campaign manager Andrew Kain responds at Blue NC. Good on Neal for offer a timely answer at the scene of the original j'accuse. This campaign continues to raise the bar in terms of understanding web culture.
Much of the response itself came across to me as a mishmash of hedges and legalistic depends-on-the-definition-of-is-isms. Politics ain't beanbag, but Neal seemed to promise a campaign that wasn't politics as usual, and even given the non-scandalous nature of most of the original allegations (Hagan changed a debate format from 90 minutes to 60!) he comes off looking a little less pure.