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Central Nebraskans weigh in on the elections
We're just a little over twenty days before the November election and only two days before the second Presidential debate.
Critics are expecting a fiery battle between President Obama and Governor Mitt Romney. While some are still taking notes to solidify their votes, others are counting down the days.
News 5's Dara Newson shows us which ticket voters in Central Nebraska are backing.
On Sunday at Walmart, you won't just find hungry consumers looking to stock up. You're certain to find ready voters for the November election.
"Governor Romney supports the issues that are most important to us as Americans and as Christians," said Jeff Collins. "He's anti-abortion and he's pro-marriage between a man and woman."
"I will vote for Obama," said Julie Clawson. "I actually wouldn't be terribly upset if Romney won because I'm from Massachusetts. When Romney was Governor of Massachusetts, he's a pretty liberal republican so I was fine with Romney, not so fine with Paul Ryan."
Conservative electorates banking on the Romney-Ryan ticket are concerned about ethical issues.
"One of the main reasons is pro-life and after the debate I thought he answered the debate very well," said Lila Schroeder.
For others, the trillion dollar deficit and the 7.8% unemployment rate, don't convince constituents that Obama can do the job.
"I don't think Obama has done what he said he would do in his first four years," said Norbert Grausch.
Millennial voters think otherwise.
"I'm going to vote for Obama," said Brian Cutright. "I voted for him last time and I think he's done a good job with the mess he had to recover from, the mess he was handed."
Then there's the undecided voters still looking for answers.
"If he can show me more of what he could do for our troops then he may get my vote to be elected again as President," said Louis Svoboda.
"A month ago I would have said Obama had it in the bag, but Romney did kind of take him to lunch in that last debate," Clawson said. "We'll see what happens on Tuesday."
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