(202) 793-5813 is a Political Robocall
- Transcript Hi My name is baccy Sprague going on a recorded line with the opinion survey team at the National Republican Congressional Committee and before I say anything else let me simply take a quick 2nd and be cordial by hoping sincerely that you personally are doing well today her.
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