Robocalling and the art of finding voters - 2012-03-01

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F182.png Robocalling and the art of finding voters March 1, 2012, Janet Davison, CBC News

When Liberal incumbent David McGuinty arrived at the Norquay home while campaigning in Ottawa South during last spring's federal election, he probably had a feeling he wouldn't find much support there.

After all, there was a big Conservative sign out front. But McGuinty went up to the door anyway and asked if there was anyone in the home who might be interested in voting another way.

Susan Norquay told the campaigning candidate: "Well, actually, Mr. McGuinty, my husband's name is Geoff, and I think you probably know him."

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