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Video: Democrats Claim GOP Rep. Jeff Flake's Robocalls Told Them to Vote at Wrong Place

| by Michael Allen

Some Democrats in Scottsdale, Arizona say they have received automated telephone calls [robocalls] from Rep. Jeff Flake's (R-AZ) campaign, telling them to vote in the wrong place (video below).

Democrat Mary Crecco told KPNX-TV: “It was totally wrong. And I feel like it was done purposely.”

The robocall told Crecco to vote at Immanuel Bible Church, but her actual polling place is at Copper Canyon Elementary.

Other Democrats claimed the robocalls told them to vote miles away from where they were supposed to vote.

Rep. Flake spokesperson Andrew Wilder told KPNX-TV: "We had less than 10 voters contact the office with questions. The only Democrats who would have received the call should be those that line in a Republican household."

Democrat Arizona Senate candidate Richard Carmona told  KPNX-TV: "Allegations like this where people are trying to disrupt the system, in this case Congressman Flake’s team, really are detrimental to the Democratic process."

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