Morning Poll -- Which Has Been More Damaging to Campaign: Ben Quayle's "Dirty" Connection or Steve Moak's Thin Line Between Charity and Profit?

Here we are: It's a day before the 10 candidates in the crowded District 3 Congressional primary will learn their fate and it seems, barring some late-round uppercut, all the big punches have been thrown.

In particular, two candidates, who are arguably leading the race, have received the brunt of the jabs thrown by other candidates. Those two candidates: Ben Quayle and Steve Moak.

Quayle's biggest blunder: while in his late-20s, he penned some articles for what was the pre-cursor to "The Dirty." The articles aren't exactly becoming of a self-described "family man," and simply knowing the site's sleaze-tastic founder, "Nik Richie," is enough to raise a red flag when it comes to morality (that is, if you're a Congressional candidate, of

Moak's had some trouble of his own, particularly when it comes to his not-for-profit, anti-drug charity and a business he used to own that produced at-home drug tests used by the charity.

In short, Moak never disclosed a conflict of interest to the IRS when the not-for-profit was pushing the drug tests produced by his for-profit business. Moak sold the company for $25 million and claims there was never anything illegal or unethical about his ties to each business.

Read all about it here.

Neither hiccup in either campaign has done much to help each respective candidate, but we want to know what you think: which issue has been most damaging?

Vote -- and see the results of Friday's poll -- after the jump.

Friday's poll question: Which Meth-Related Baby Story is Most Repulsing?

- 7 percent say Mother who gave birth to baby with meth in system.

- 93 percent say Parents who allegedly exposed kids to meth causing one to act "like a junky" and the other to die.

Here is your morning poll:

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