A reader who lives on Long Island forwarded a recording of a robocall he received from Democratic Rep. Carolyn McCarthy, in which she highlights the new district lines of NY-4 and pledges an aggressive ground campaign in the weeks leading up to Election Day.

We’ve still got five weeks to go in this election season. It strikes me as a little early to robo, unless you’re 1) worried about your re-election chances, or 2) concerned voters in the new part of your district, added in a court-drawn redistricting plan, are neither aware that they’re now represented by you as opposed to someone else and/or have no earthly idea who you are.

McCarthy is engaged in a re-match with Republican Nassau County Legislator Fran Becker, whom she defeated in 2010. The race was believed to be close heading into Election Day, but McCarthy ended up winning with 53 percent of the vote.

Becker defeated Frank Scaturro in a GOP primary in June. But Scaturro, a Hofstra University law professor, refused to endorse his fellow Republican and remains in the race on the Conservative Party line, which he won in a write-in campaign.

That’s good news for McCarthy, since her opponents will split the Republican and Conservative votes, increasing her chances of victory.

But she’s clearly leaving nothing to chance. Here’s the script of her call:

“Hi, this is Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy, informing you of changes in the 4th district. After redistricting, several new towns were added to our district, where I am running to strengthen our economy, protect Social Security and Medicare, and our families.”

“Election Day is less than 40 days away, and my campaign will be making phone calls, going door-to-door and attending community events where I hope to see old friends and make new ones. I’m honored to represent the 4th Congressional District, and hope I can count on your support on November 6th.”

“If you have any questions, please call my campaign at 516-xxx-xxxx. Thank-you. Again, this is Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy.”