Perhaps I'm just paranoid, but I'm reluctant because bureaucratically it would be an absolute nightmare. Many political campaigns receive voter phone numbers from the supervisor of elections office. The supervisor of elections offices across the country could be subject to a vast array of law suits for accidentally giving out a phone number that was on the do-not-call list, ultimately pulling the resources of the office toward handling law suits and not the operation of a reasonable democratic voting system. I fear this is an underhanded attempt to murky the waters for lawsuits toward public offices in suspect areas to suppress voters in key Democratic districts. I would support this if it provided for clear protections for relatively harmless mistakes and establishes clear definitions for "political robocalls".