(CNN) - Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, is really pushing the text. Twice tonight he urged viewers to break out their cell phones and contact his campaign.
"Text peace 7223, text peace now to send a message to the White House and the Democratic Congress that now is the time to end the war," Kucinich said.
The first time he included the call to text was in an answer on Iraq. The second time was in Kucinich's YouTube video.
"Make your vote count and your voice be heard," the ad implored.
But the number does not send a message to the White House or Congress. Texting that number signs the sender up for Iraq updates from the Kucinich campaign.
- CNN contributor Josh Lipsky