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But chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel tells us tonight current events have bush foreign policy.
Off the back burner.
At the historic Leesburg restaurant in point Leesburg Virginia the upcoming presidential election is the hot topic.
In undecided voters in this battleground state.
Have a variety of issues on their mind.
So I'm still undecided -- close race.
There is concerned you're.
Social Security issues Medicare is one and the safety of the world as the other because it's really getting very -- With all of the things going him in the eastern world -- really will decide at the last moment effectively to -- not a Democrat and not a Republican.
With the recent violence in the Middle East some voters in other battleground states such as Florida in Ohio say they're keenly aware of the national security threats.
-- factoring them into their voting decisions in Virginia it's a major concern is well on NASA's.
Here -- now is very important to me I think.
And I should have president our current president really has a -- on what he needs to do when foreign policy it's the economy.
Also the threat of terrorism both globally and here in the United States and I think the third is I think about my children a lot and what their future's going to be like.
One small business owner says federal regulations have made it too difficult to add employees.
If we hire these additional people also have to hire either in -- out an outside firm to help us maintain an -- you're seeing regulations.
Or we're gonna have to hire individuals.
And bring them on board to do that.
One undecided voters says she's leaning toward one candidate for the economy.
Any other candidate on social issues.
-- struggling with whether I should decide based solely on my pocket.
-- whether it's making just his face some solutions because of the two parties are very very different.
Experts predict both the Obama and Romney campaigns will continue as significant Busch in Virginia.
To win over those undecideds.
Virginia is one of the closest.
On the toss -- states.
It is nearly tied if you average out all the polls and as a consequence.
The two or three or 4% hard undecided could very easily make the difference probably will.
A number of undecided voters say they're sick of negative campaign ads and tired of robo calls asking for their vote.
But would thirteen electoral votes up for grabs here those ads in Paul's are likely to increase.
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