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A compilation of screenshots of text messages sent by President Trump's campaign to Jennifer Stromer-Galley, a professor at Syracuse University. Jennifer Stromer-Galley hide caption

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Getting Lots Of Political Messages On Your Phone? Welcome To 'The Texting Election'

Texting has become a cheap and easy way for political campaigns to reach out to voters. But not everyone's happy about it.

Some of California's most destructive wildfires aren't among the state's largest, so fire scientists advise focusing on homes instead of overall acreage. JOSH EDELSON/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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4 Million Acres Have Burned In California. Why That's The Wrong Number To Focus On

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A compilation of screenshots of text messages sent by President Trump's campaign to Jennifer Stromer-Galley, a professor at Syracuse University. Jennifer Stromer-Galley hide caption

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Jennifer Stromer-Galley

Getting Lots Of Political Messages On Your Phone? Welcome To 'The Texting Election'

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