After Frances posted a picture of herself in a "vote yes" T-shirt, the Yes campaign, which is specialising in "human stories" and closely monitors social media for leads, reached out to her to become more involved.
She was keen to do the video, in which she says she wants to see "Aunty Chris" able to get married.
More than six in 10 (61 per cent) said their concerns had stayed the same; 24 per cent said they had increased.
When we look back on this rather extraordinary campaign, it will be remembered in part for its ongoing episodes of the Abbott family.
The mobile numbers were generated through some random system, not obtained from a data base.
If a few highly confidential numbers were by chance reached, it's hard to see what harm was done.
More than one-third (36 per cent) had already voted when the poll was taken in the second half of last week; 72 per cent of those support same-sex marriage while 28 per cent oppose.
It said: "The Marriage Equality Survey forms have arrived!