Victoria Kolakowski, The Unethical Choice for Alameda Superior Court Judge, Vote No on Kolakowski
1. I expect that when I put my phone number on the do not call list that politicians respect that. (Yes, I know that those crafty bastard politicians are legally exempt from the do not call list, but it doesn’t mean that they can’t abide by it voluntarily).
2. To show so little respect for me, my time, my wishes tells me that a candidate has no interest in the things that are important to me. They have no interest in representing me.
3. It’s even worse when they don’t even have the decency to have a real person call you, instead using a robo dialer and recorded message.
4. On my cell phone.
5. On a Sunday during my son’s baseball game (while he was batting actually).
Join me and thousands of other Alameda County residents in voting “No” on Victoria Kolakowski. Together we can take back our right to not have intrusive unwanted phone spam.
Update: Vicky Kowlakowski responds on Facebook:
“I am sorry that you were inconvenienced. I was told that the phone numbers were obtained from the voter files from the county. Those are public records with information provided by the voters on their voter registration forms. As you know (you mention it on your blog link), the Do Not Call list does not apply to political calls, and it appears that you listed your cell phone as your contact number with the county, which is why you were called at that number. I apologize for the interruption of your time with your family – that was never my intention, and the timing was contrary to my instructions.”