From the Great Falls Tribune:
A test-run of a new messaging system for Great Falls Public Schools had Superintendent Cheryl Crawley apologizing at Monday night’s school board meeting for an errant message. The district was testing a new communications system, and Crawley said an employee in the technology department inadvertently sent a test message to a group of parents and children that said something to the effect of “don’t forget to get out and vote.” The message was intended for the technology department and the business manager’s office. The message said it was coming from Brian Patrick but did not.
I’m sure that some people would automatically infer the addition of the words “…FOR THE LEVY…” in that message.