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How to stop McClintock calls

This is in response to Pat Maule’s letter, requesting information as to how to stop Congressman McClintock’s “robo” calls at dinnertime. Several months ago, I was also more than annoyed with Congressman McClintock’s unsolicited calls. I was irritated not only with their timing, but also with the fact that I adamantly disagreed with their content and political positions. I called the congressman’s Sacramento office and politely – but assertively – told the office staff to take my husband and me off the calling list, that we respected Congressman McClintock’s position, but we did not agree with his political positions and wanted no more calls. I told the office I would continue to call them if we received any more “robo” calls. I assume the office took me seriously, as we haven’t heard from Congressman McClintock’s office in several months.

Jacqueline Finley

Grass Valley


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