This photo taken Oct. 26, 2012 show Julia Smythe, a receptionist for the Ohio Republican Party headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. "I'm sick of all the calls, too," said Smythe at Republican headquarters in Columbus last week as she handed out stickers and lawn signs to the steady trickle of supporters filing in the door. The 57-year-old receptionist said she's even had people from her own party threaten her. "They say, 'If I get one more piece of paper or one more call, I am going to sue,'" she said with a sigh." Or "'I'm not going to vote.'" (AP Photo/Mike Munden)

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This photo taken Oct. 26, 2012 show Julia Smythe, a receptionist for the Ohio Republican Party headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. "I'm sick of all the calls, too," said Smythe at Republican headquarters in Columbus last week as she handed out stickers and lawn signs to the steady trickle of supporters filing in the door. The 57-year-old receptionist said she's even had people from her own party threaten her. "They say, 'If I get one more piece of paper or one more call, I am going to sue,'" she said with a sigh." Or "'I'm not going to vote.'"  (AP Photo/Mike Munden)
This photo taken Oct. 26, 2012 show Julia Smythe, a receptionist for the Ohio Republican Party headquarters in Columbus, Ohio. "I'm sick of all the calls, too," said Smythe at Republican headquarters in Columbus last week as she handed out stickers and lawn signs to the steady trickle of supporters filing in the door. The 57-year-old receptionist said she's even had people from her own party threaten her. "They say, 'If I get one more piece of paper or one more call, I am going to sue,'" she said with a sigh." Or "'I'm not going to vote.'" (AP Photo/Mike Munden)
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