Undecided voter assess the presidential debatesby Cathy Wurzer, Minnesota Public Radio
The third and final presidential debate between President George W. Bush and Democratic nominee John Kerry is over and voters are now left to mull over the candidates' performances and how that will affect their vote. That process is especially important for undecided voters. Polls suggest they make up about ten percent of the voting public, and could swing the election in many battleground states like Minnesota. Last month Morning Edition aired a story about Joe Raasch an undecided voter from Shakopee. In the story, he said he was looking forward to the debates to help him make up his mind. Morning Edition host Cathy Wurzer spoke with Raasch about whether he has made up his mind.