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Please don't bother us

A few years ago the citizens of this country were given a choice to enroll into a "no solicitation call" or "do-not-call" program. My husband and I enrolled in this so we would not be harassed by the unwanted calls.

With this in mind, please tell me why Pam Roach has the right to bypass this restriction? At no time have I ever given Mrs. Roach my number or any form of permission to call me.

If running for office gives you the right to side-step the law, then I know more people that would like to run for a few open positions.

If Pam Roach can't follow the rules now, why would anyone want her in office for anything?

Please remove our name and number from whatever list she got her hands on.

– Chris McGrath

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