First it was the “Yes” campaign with their text messages but now the "No" camp is bringing the debate right to your doorstep.
Same sex marriage opponents have launched a new phone application which will give campaigners directions to undecided voters' homes in a bid to make up their minds, Fairfax reports.
It’s not clear how the organisers for their hands on addresses which will be shared with thousands of “No” campaigners.
The app will give door-knockers directions to the homes of those who have not yet engaged in the campaign.
The design means people’s home addresses can be marked as “not home”, “refused”, “bad info” or “survey” indicating they have been interviewed.
"Our campaign uses publicly available, open source data to map out our field campaign so our army of Freedom Team volunteers can speak to as many as people in the short time we have," said spokeswoman Monica Doumit.
The app was built by American company Political Social Media LLC, also known as uCampaign, which built apps for Donald Trump's presidential campaign, Brexit's "Vote Leave" and the powerful National Rifle Association.