MINEOLA, N.Y. (AP) – Some of the uncommitted voters who questioned the presidential candidates at the second of their three debates say they still need to hear more before making up their minds.
Eleven New York residents posed questions Tuesday night to President Barack Obama and Republican challenger Mitt Romney at a town hall debate at Hofstra University in suburban Long Island.
The man who asked about gas prices says he is likely to vote for Romney. A college student seeking answers about jobs says that if the election were held today, he’d go for Obama, but he still might change his mind.
Two women in the health care field, a psychotherapist and a respiratory therapist, say they have yet to decide which candidate will get their vote.