Joshua Skurnik (SCUR-nic) has more from Jefferson City.
The skepticism is being voiced by none other than the chief spokesman for Nixon's own state Democratic Party.
While not defending robo-calls, Jack Cardetti questioned whether it was that big a deal:
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In Cardetti's own Democratic Party, a spokesman for the Democratic candidate for attorney general said they've used used robo-calls.
Over the last few years, efforts in the legislature to ban political robo calls have died.