Mark Schultz was "a little dumbstruck," but not surprised when he received a robo-call at his house in Holliston, Massachusetts Saturday around noon.
The call said "Hi, I'm one of your neighbors in Holliston and ... I want to urge you to vote for Elizabeth Warren and Barack Obama on Wednesday, November 7." The date, said the call, had been changed because of Hurricane Sandy.
Thankfully the Democratic Town Committee member knew this information was incorrect, but he posted to Facebook to make sure others knew the same. The caller ID listed it as Massachusetts 000-0000.
The registered Democrat said he has heard of this happening around the country, but not in this area.
"It's a new low in campaigning," he said, adding, "I don't know who it was, but it was clearly a robo-call because I couldn't talk to a person. I'm guessing they did target me because I'm a registered Democrat."
There are reports of this happening around the country. In Pennsylvania earlier this month, a judge ordered a stop to robo-calls about this state's Voter ID law because they stated that people still needed to bring a photo ID to vote. You do not.
Have you had a call like this one? Tell us in the comments.