Political calls are exempt from the do not call list.
I think you would be surprised how many people vote on voting day.
I would be surprised if it's more than the number who have early voted, which is likely over 500k, especially since the numbers suggest more and more people are taking advantage of early voting.
I think the final total be about a million, but given that election day is the day after Memorial Day, I don't see it being like 2010 or 2008 (1.5 and 1.4 million respectively).
Just because the corrupt politicians exempted themselves doesn't make me any more willing to listen to their recorded robocalls. If the politician is too stupid (or more likely, too arrogant) to realize I don't want to hear from his machine, he's probably too stupid or arrogant for my vote.
A few years ago, a candidate had her supporters bring by a chip clip with her name on it. I'm still using the clip, and if she runs again, she'll get my vote. Because she's done for me than most of the corrupt political class have done.
Something I can agree with. But don't waste your effort trying to explain it to the carpetbaggers.
3 to 500,000 voters can have a pretty profound impact.
That’s why I think voting day voting is important.
We will just have to disagree on the importance of one vote after another.