Especially after last fall’s onslaught of political “robocalls” in Kansas, a candidate risks irritating the recipients of his automated phone pitches into voting for the other guy. Then again, if robocalls didn’t work, candidates wouldn’t use them. At least two local contenders robocalled before last week’s primary, mayoral candidate Carl Brewer and City Council candidate Paul Tobia, and both advanced to the general election.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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