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Republican Wisconsin Ads Invite Recipients To GOP Victory Rally

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In the final week before the presidential election, when some say political advertising is most important, here are five GOP pre-recorded voice messages received by a HuffPost reader in Wisconsin, a battleground state that the president will visit today.

"Deny the Democrats four more years of wasteful spending," says a robocall from the Republican National Party.

A Crossroads GPS robocall encourages residents to call Rep. Tammy Baldwin (D-Wis.) and "urge her to change her position on cap and trade."

Americans For Prosperity invites Wisconsin residents to join Ann Coulter this Saturday, Nov. 3:

...to rally, phonebank, and learn how to educate your neighbors about Obama's failing agenda. We will also be circulating a petition to put grassroots pressure on the president. You know about Obama's health care takeover that burdens Americans with over $500 Billion of new taxes, trillions of dollars spent that we don't have, and billions of taxpayer dollars wasted on green energy scams like Solyndra. The fact is, we've found ourselves in the slowest recovery since the Great Depression. President Obama and Tammy Baldwin's agenda is failing American families and must end.

Yesterday, Team WI at mittromney.com hosted a "victory rally" with Rep. Paul Ryan (R-Wis.). Their voicemail invite:

This was the recorded invite for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's Monday event, canceled due to Hurricane Sandy, although the candidate has continued to campaign in other battleground states.


Listen to more pre-recorded voice messages in our SoundCloud group. Have a call, mailer, or story about the election campaigns to share? Tell us: openreporting@huffingtonpost.com

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