Talking with swing state voters on the second presidential debate

Wednesday, October 08, 2008

Last night, Senators John McCain and Barack Obama debated for a second time. For a look at how they did and whom they lured, The Takeaway talks to a handful of voters in the nation’s swing states.
Guests: Joe Eveland of Danville, Penn., a lifelong Republican for Obama, Tina Gavin of Manassas, Va., a Republican leaning toward Obama, and Anson Burlingame of Joplin, Mo., a Republican who remains steadfastly undecided

Contributors:

Chelsea Merz

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