Five months later, last-in-the-nation voters still undecided

Tuesday, June 03, 2008

No one thought it would last this long. After 153 days and 58 contests, the Democratic primaries will finally be over. But even after so many contests, there are voters who still haven’t made up their mind. We talk to one voter from South Dakota and one from Montana about what’s left to know before they decide on a candidate.
Democrat Sonja Niles from Sioux Falls, S.D., and Gus Chambers from Missoula, Mont., tell us why it's taken them this long.

Contributors:

Jim Colgan

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