Undecided Voters: What Are You Waiting For?

Haven't made up your mind who to vote for?


A new NBC News/WSJ poll shows President Obama at 48 percent and Mitt Romney at 47 percent. That suggests there are still a bunch of undecided voters. 

The candidates are both out getting their messages to voters in a final push before the ballot.

Are you still undecided? If so, what is going to make up your mind between now and Tuesday? What can either candidate do to sway your vote?

Let us know in the comments and discuss.

RON BEATY November 05, 2012 at 03:01 PM
I was undecided as far as the major elections, but now I am voting for President Obama. If elected, Romney would do the same for the county as he did for Massachusetts as Governor...a big fact NOTHING!
Sandra Orwig November 05, 2012 at 05:08 PM
My husband and I have really been torn between Warren and Brown. They are both decent candidates. But lately, we have liked Warren a lot better, and are probably going that way. One thing we really hated was Brown's attack on Warren regarding what she thought was an Indian heritage. It was relentless, and I can understand it, because my grandmother told me the very same thing, and the whole family believed it, but do we have proof? NO!
Kevin Anderson November 05, 2012 at 05:44 PM
Its not about proof its about her claiming to be a minority and trying to benefit from that. Who am I to say how much of one type of blood makes you "X" but for God's sake 3.1% Native American and she "added to the diversity of Harvard??" If that is what draws your vote, hey, it's certainly your right. I just know I am sick and tired of the same old thing in MA. Always blue, always left. Why even vote here whatever your persuation? I didn't vote for Brown last time but found him really refreshing and totally support him now. Most people are not extreme right or left so why vote for politicians who are? Warren will vote party line. Period. Brown has consistently worked with both sides. When is the last time that happened in MA? Both sides are getting more extreme and we are one of the very few states who can elect someone who is not. Just keep that in mind.
Sharpie November 05, 2012 at 09:17 PM
MUST read: "Support for Kill List and NDAA make Obama and Romney Unfit for Office" http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/reawakening-liberty/2012/nov/2/support-kill-list-and-ndaa-make-obama-and-romney-u/ Make a special note to watch the Free and Equal Election Debate between third party Presidential candidates, Gov. Gary Johnson (Libertarian) and Dr. Jill Stein (Green) to be aired tonight on Monday evening, Nov. 5th from 9:00 - 10:30 pm Eastern Time. Perform a worthwhile civic duty, and be certain to listen in on this historic debate so that you can make an informed decision on voting day. Third party candidates who will be on the ballot in most states deserve to be heard. It is a violation of the 1st Amendament rights of third party candidates, and a violation of the free speech rights of every American, for their voices to be silenced. http://freeandequal.org/?v=1
Sally Me November 05, 2012 at 09:59 PM
Kevin, I can see your point, but I agree with the previous comment. No one EVER gave us any proof Elizabeth Warren gained any advantage by saying she was part Indian. Also, I personally wish we would have more Independents running, then we don't have to chose between parties, and they can truly be Independent in their voting in Congress.


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