(501) 324-5941 is a Political Robocall
- Transcript Low This is Congressman French Hill calling to invite you to a live telephone town hall meeting the call will take place tomorrow Thursday July 12th at 7 15 pm to join the call all you need to do is answer the phone when I call and you will automatically be placed into our free conference to listen in with your neighbors and ask questions if you miss my call but would like to participate you may join by dialing 187-722-9849 extension 3 entering the pass code 114451 again this is Congressman French Hill and hope you can join my live telephone town hall meeting tomorrow Thursday July 12th at 7 15 pm If you ever need to contact my office please do not hesitate to call 501324.
- Date Blacklisted October 12, 2017
- Call Activity Last Blocked
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