Former President Bill Clinton has had a busy robocalling schedule these last few days on behalf of Democratic New York House candidates.

Clinton, who recorded a robocall for his former aide Sean Patrick Maloney in the Hudson Valley, this afternoon endorsed Rep. Bill Owens.

Text of the call is below.

Clinton, obviously, is and remains a tremendous asset for Democrats in the GOTV category.

Still, the district is heavily Republican, and Clinton, even 12 years after leaving office, remains a unifying force for Democrats, but a possibly divisive one for independent and Republican voters.

The news of the robocall comes almost simultaneously with word that Owens, like Democrat Dan Maffei in central New York, has filed a court order to impound ballots ahead of tomorrow’s vote — a sign that the race against Republican Matt Doheny will be as close as the public polls have suggested.

“Hello. This is President Bill Clinton. I’m calling to ask you to support Bill Owens for Congress this Tuesday. Bill’s got a strong record of fighting for middle class families in upstate NY, and he has what it takes to create jobs and grow the economy. He knows we have to balance the budget, and do it in the right way by cutting wasteful spending and not giving more tax breaks to millionaires. I’m proud to support Bill Owens because he’s the only candidate who will fight for middle class families and their future. I hope Bill can count on your support Tuesday. Thanks.”