"I'm too busy to vote," one person told her.
"I just don't think my vote will count," another said.
Now Guzman is ready with a response: "I'm somebody who can't vote. And your vote counts for me."
These days, it's a message she's been spreading a lot in her free time. The 29-year-old office manager in Salt Lake City, Utah, has been working the phones with other young undocumented immigrants, racing to reach voters in the final sprint to Tuesday's election.
Some, like Guzman, are currently protected from deportation by the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals
program. Others don't qualify for those protections because the Trump administration, which has tried to end the program, isn't accepting new applications for it. All of them feel they have a lot on the line in this election, even though they can't cast a ballot.