The Mitt Romney campaign on Sunday denied that Romney had anything to do with a 2002 gay pride flyer, The Huffington Post reported.

“Mitt and Kerry [Healey] wish you a great Pride weekend!” the pink-colored flyer reads. “All citizens deserve equal rights, regardless of their sexual preference.”

The flyers were reportedly distributed at a Gay Pride event and include the tagline: “Paid for by the Romney for Governor Committee and the Kerry Murphy Healey Committee.”

“I don't know where those pink flyers came from,” said Eric Fehrnstrom, Romney's chief spokesman. “I was the communications director on the 2002 campaign. I don't know who distributed them. … I never saw them and I was the communications director.”

“I never saw them and I never approved them,” he said. “I'm not quite sure where they came from.”

Fehrnstrom made his remarks immediately after Sunday's NBC News-Facebook GOP presidential debate in New Hampshire, where Romney said he was opposed to discrimination based on sexual orientation and giving gay and lesbian couples the right to marry.

Fehrnstrom said his boss doesn't even support civil unions for gay couples.

“[H]e has not been in favor of civil unions, if by civil unions you mean the equivalency to marriage but without the name marriage. What he has favored, and he talked about this, I believe, last night, was a form of domestic partnership or a contractual relationship with reciprocal benefits.”