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ISRA Alert: Cook County Phone Poll For Gun Control Ordinance Is Still Active

This is via the Illinois State Rifle Association. I've double checked it and it's a valid warning. Called into the system a few moments ago and cast my vote. You don't have to speak to anyone, it's just a machine, and will only take about a minute of your time.


ISRA Alert:
County County Phone Poll For Gun Control Ordinance Is Still Active

Larry Suffredin and his cohorts on the Cook County Board are up to their old tricks again.

In order to justify passage of gun control ordinances designed to close all gun shops and ban and confiscate most guns owned by citizens of the county, the Cook County Board is conducting a telephone poll where callers can vote for or against the gun control ordinances.

Like everything else in Cook County, this poll is probably rigged. So, it's very important that you do the following:

1. Call 1-312 -603-6400 and select Option #1 when prompted. At the next prompt, select Option #1 again. Then, when prompted to vote on the gun control ordinance, press #2.

2. You should also forward this alert on to all your gun owning friends and have them vote too.

3. You should also post this alert to any and all Internet bulletin boards or blogs to which you belong.


YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A RESIDENT OF COOK COUNTY TO VOTE!

Let's beat Suffredin at his own game! And, save your guns.

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You support the gun control ordinance?
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You support the gun control ordinance?
No, call in to vote AGAINST IT.
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No, call in to vote AGAINST IT.
Check your prompts again...
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Check your prompts again...
???

Press #1 = To provide feedback
Press #1 = To select gun control ordnance
Press #2 = If you OPPOSE the gun control ordnance

Where's the discrepancy?
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???

Press #1 = To provide feedback
Press #1 = To select gun control ordnance
Press #2 = If you OPPOSE the gun control ordnance

Where's the discrepancy?
you edited, I was following your prompts originally and I almost supported it!

Mebbe it was user error.
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you edited, I was following your prompts originally and I almost supported it!

Mebbe it was user error.
I edited to add the bold and underline. The original e-mail alert is still the same... press #1, press #1 AGAIN, then press #2.

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it's cook county, so can i assume voting multiple times is acceptable?




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it's cook county, so can i assume voting multiple times is acceptable?
OR non cook county residents dont mean shit in the vote "but how would they know"?

i voted even though i dont live in cock county



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Done. Wonder if they filter it thru caller ID, as to not have people vote more than once. Either way, gonna vote from my wifes number, as well as my house number when I get home.
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OR non cook county residents dont mean shit in the vote "but how would they know"?
Not to feed your paranoia, but...

These systems capture something called the ANI [Automatic Number Identification]. It's like caller ID, but cannot be blocked, as it's the data that is also used to bill you for calls. Unlike Caller ID, ANI cannot be spoofed without a fair amount of knowledge of SS7, a digital line and some pretty good hacking.

They can use the ANI as well as Caller ID to do a bunch of things:

Figure out who you are and where you live. Doesn't matter if the call is from a cell phone or land line.
Bombard you with propaganda and phone calls (Non-profits aren't subject to Do Not Call)
Filter for multiple responses from the same people, out of county responses, etc.

ANI is what E-911 centers work off of.

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Not to feed your paranoia, but...

These systems capture something called the ANI [Automatic Number Identification]. It's like caller ID, but cannot be blocked, as it's the data that is also used to bill you for calls. Unlike Caller ID, ANI cannot be spoofed without a fair amount of knowledge of SS7, a digital line and some pretty good hacking.

They can use the ANI as well as Caller ID to do a bunch of things:

Figure out who you are and where you live. Doesn't matter if the call is from a cell phone or land line.
Bombard you with propaganda and phone calls (Non-profits aren't subject to Do Not Call)
Filter for multiple responses from the same people, out of county responses, etc.

ANI is what E-911 centers work off of.
Glad I called from the work phone/ someone elses ext. then.

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