(941) 220-1139 is a Political Robocall
- Transcript Greetings we are calling from t.c. research a national polling firm to conduct a very brief survey the survey will take less than 4 minutes to complete your responses will be kept completely anonymous and we won't try to sell you anything are you currently registered to vote in Florida Press one if yes Press 2 if no.
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