Political robocalls are effective when you integrate political science, social marketing and technology into your platform. This was the approach of PopElectorate when we introduced our revolutionary political robocall service; engineered to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of this communication platform through integration of the PopElectorate Robo-Dialer.
From the grassroots local level to a global scale
PopElectorate works with political campaigns, non-profits, 527’s, schools, businesses and more to help them communicate their messages with political robocalls. We’ve used our experience to create a political robocall platform designed for multiple party applications that are designed to deliver high-impact political messaging through a very affordable communication medium.
When you use the PopElectorate automated phone software, you’ll find the lowest guaranteed prices without compromising message quality. Our automated phone call services allow you to reach 1000’s of voters per minute. You can record and send your customized voice message to thousands of phone numbers, send voter notifications with robocalls and even via text messaging and email communication.
PopElectorate Political Robo Call System Cutting Edge Features:
- Easily record and edit messages, and then spread the word to authenticated voter IDs.
- Take in voter responses through automated surveys, fundraiser attendance confirmation, and much more.
- Patch Through Phone Calls making political robocalls
- Press one Option -Phone Surveys- Robo Polls
- Transfer to live agents
- Create unique messages for answering machines, determined by your targeted voter demographic.
The Federal Election Commission does NOT specifically mention robocalls in its regulations but does consider them a form of public communication. They require that a call made by a political committee or individual that “expressly advocates the election or defeat of a clearly identified candidate or solicits funds in connection with a federal election” include a disclaimer, which “identifies the person(s) who paid for the communication and, where applicable, the person(s) who authorized the communication.”
- Political robocalls are exempt from the United States National Do Not Call Registry – The Telephone Consumer Protection Act of 1991 (TCPA) and Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulations prohibit anyone (including charities, politicians and political parties) from making robocalls to cell phone numbers without the recipients’ prior consent.
- The FCC permits non-commercial robocalls to most residential (non-cellular) telephone lines.