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Hi, this is _ and I’m calling with a short survey about the upcoming presidential election. There are only a couple questions and it shouldn’t take more than a minute.
1) Do you plan on voting in this year’s presidential election?
2) Which ticket do you support in this year’s presidential election?
In contrast, Obama's online calling campaign has volunteers lead off by saying their names and that we are volunteers with Obama's campaign.
Back to the Romney script.
If the person says they support Obama (or refuse or are undecided), then Romney's campaign instructs volunteers to:
Close:Thank you for your time. This call was paid for by Romney for President, Inc.
I wonder how many callers read between the lines and decide to not even mention that last sentence.
If the person's a Romney supporter, then they:
Close:Great! I’m actually a volunteer calling from the Romney campaign. Did you know all registered Florida voters have the opportunity to vote early? Voting early is a simple and convenient way to make your voice heard in this election. For more information and to find the early voting location near you, you can visit RomneyFL.com or call our Florida campaign team at 904-325-6089. Thank you for your time. This call was paid for by Romney for President, Inc.