The Strategy Behind All Those 'Sarah From the Conservatives' Texts - 2019-09-16

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F0.png The Strategy Behind All Those 'Sarah From the Conservatives' Texts September 16, 2019, Justin Ling, Vice News

If you've paid your cellphone bill in Canada in the past six months, you've no doubt received an unexpected text message from the Conservative Party soliciting your views on the upcoming election or the carbon tax.

"Hi, it's Sarah from the Conservative Party," a typical text begins. "Can the Conservative Party count on your support in the next federal election? Reply: Yes / No."

No matter your political stripe, you've probably responded with some degree of profanity. Get out of my texts, Sarah!

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