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In final days, busy campaigns work to get voters to polls

10:47 PM, Nov. 3, 2012
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Phone calls, knocking on doors and ensuring supporters vote is the agenda for both parties here in Brown County.

The priority for the Obama campaign and other Democrats is making face-to-face contact, said Joe Zepecki, the campaign's Wisconsin communications director. Zepecki said the campaign wants to reach "sporadic" voters and ensure they've cast their ballots.

"Neighbors talking to neighbors is the most persuasive (form of communication)," he said. "We feel we are showing what our grassroots network is capable of. We don't think they can match our tempo." ...

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