Mitt Romney Unveils New Robocall In Wisconsin

10/21/2012 12:43 pm ET | Updated Oct 21, 2012

Wisconsin residents are getting voicemails from Mitt Romney, who has recorded a new robocall for voters in the Badger State.

In the minute-long call, the Republican presidential nominee discusses his hopes for the country and says he wants to hear from Wisconsin voters. The call is one of several Wisconsinites have received in recent weeks from a variety of sources, including conservative group Americans for Prosperity.

“I just wanted to give you a call so we could speak directly and answer any questions you have," Romney says in the call.

He speaks of the need to create more jobs and says he hopes for "an America that's strong and helps lead the world." He describes this election as "critical," but does not go into policy specifics. At the end of the call, a woman's voice directs interested voters to reach out to Romney's Wisconsin campaign headquarters or to visit his website for more information.

“I am going to make sure we remain the hope of the earth," Romney said in the call.

Listen to the full call below. The recording was sent into The Huffington Post from a reader through the Off The Bus initiative, which enables readers to work with HuffPost staff to cover politics through the lens of their own communities. A full list of all robocalls received can be heard here.

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