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Robby Rodriguez: "The amount of people that we contact is defined in two ways. One is our capacity. The second is significance. So what is a number of people that we can contact that’s significant that’ll have an impact in the election? […] We use a number of methods to contact people – radio, mail, phone, door-to-door. The person-to-person contact, the universe of people that we were doing in the primary was about 2,000, between 2,000 and 2,500. […] In the general election, we’re looking to try and bump that up to about 5,000, 5,000 voters that we’ll contact person-to-person and about 10,000 that we’ll contact overall. So half of them who are more likely to vote, they won’t get the person-to-person contact necessarily."