Politics & Government

September 24, 2008

Undecided voters hold sway in presidential race

Now — with six weeks to go — John McCain and Barack Obama face a decisive question from the voters left who haven’t made up their minds: Which guy do I like? Democrats and Republicans said most voters made up their minds this spring and summer. Now, with the race essentially tied, the election is in the hands of tough-to-reach undecided voters who will pick based on other criteria: age, perhaps, or race; experience, freshness, even confidence.

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