“I was very, very angry,” Woman upset by message from Trump supporters

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FARGO, N.D. – As many voters are heading to the polls, candidates are still trying to win over people who are undecided.

Robocalls and television advertisements are common ways to win over voters, but one woman says she was disturbed by a message she received from Donald Trump supporters.

“The white race is dying out in America and Europe because we are afraid to be called racist,” the message said.

The call was from the American National Super Pac, saying Donald Trump is not afraid of being called a racist.

“But he had a racist concern that white children are becoming a minority in our schools and that we are having gradual genocide of the white race,”¬†Dorothy Suomala said.¬†“And I felt, what is this? I mean, I was very, very angry and then I began to feel very sad and really worried that there are people who might feel this way.”

According to KVLY, the man in the robocall is William Johnson, the leader of the American Freedom Party.

The Southern Poverty Law Center says the party was “established by racist Southern California skinheads,” adding that it “aims to deport immigrants and return the United States to white rule.”