Election Campaign Wins with Automated calling: Auto Dialing and its Impact in United states Politics.More often than not, in political campaigns all over the globe are done in different views and styles. In democratic nations such as Indonesia, Thailand, and France, candidates usually utilize TV, radio, and the Internet to advertise themselves and promised platforms when they get selected. As for single-party nations, political campaigns do not exist within nominees since the members of the political party and the head of state would decide to appoint people within their political party. After all, the election campaigns of single-party states would target more on social welfare and fighting the state's problems. As for the States, political parties and candidates use TV, radio, the Web, and phone calls.The use of phone calls like mobile phones and the land-line phone counterparts is a matchless way to encourage political agenda. And to make phone call campaigns convenient, political parties use a tool called auto dialer, which automates telephone number dialing to send and receive phone calls through landline and mobile networks. When the call is started, the device will deliver messages in either 2 methods: a robocall, known as voice broadcasting, or text messaging. Automated calls are known for identifying voices by distinguishing them if the messages are from live human calls or answering machines. Desktop and PC computers can become automatic dialing machines when they are coupled to a modem or a telephony card. There are software designed to make available autodialler-like features to communicate to physical phone lines. Nevertheless, you can save funds while resorting to the Web and Voice-over Internet Protocol (VoIP) as auto call dialing methods. Auto dialers have changed the way American. candidates market themselves towards the elections. Throughout United states. history, political candidates, ranging from congress to presidential, have utilized different means of campaigning: US Mail, riding trains, horseback riding, radios, and even through musicians hired to play music devoted to the nominee and his/her heroic past, present, and upcoming roles for a city/town, county, state, or nation. Since phone calls have been used commercially in the Nineteen Seventies, congressional, gubernatorial, senatorial, and presidential political candidates have utilized automatic dialing systems to multiply their campaign guarantees and political platforms. And when Internet had reached the commercial level in 1996, election political candidates, along with their associates and/or supporting parties they are under, have used websites and campaign web pages to advertise themselves to internet audiences, though candidates still use predictive dialing systems for those who use landline telephones. The beginning of the first VoIP software by Pennydials in 2007 had brought about U.S. companies to makevarious options for voice-based communication betweentelephones through the use of the World wide web. The increase of VoIP has led to the resurgenceof voice broadcasting. Since the year 2000, telecommunication firms such as G-Tel Solutions have formedpolitical contact facilities to aid political candidates in campaign actions like absentee ballot notifications, campaign fundraising, and volunteer message broadcasting. Auto dialing systems have been a factor to landslide election victories including the 2008 presidential appointment victory of Democratic nomineeBarack Obamaover his Republican counterpart, John McCain. Automatic dialers systems has changedthe landscapingof U.S. political campaigns. And still if new political campaigns extend to new mobile devices such as the Apple iPad, these auto phone systems are here to reside for the political parties' huge achievement.