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The presidential race now heating up in the battleground state of Florida 129 electoral votes there now and brand new polling numbers show present Obama governor Mitt Romney neck -- neck.
Separated by one percentage point and with 29 electoral votes from the line.
It is a huge chunk of the 270 needed to win the White House and Steve Harrigan live Hollywood Florida with more from there announced -- good morning.
Bill good morning we've been trying to find undecided Florida voters letting them explain in their own words why they're still on the fence.
The typical undecided Florida voter is a young female like Michelle the chair and -- and what's pulled you back from making -- move to Obama.
Why he hasn't.
Can they still feel he hasn't done everything that he said he was going to do -- election and how about Romney will make sure hold back on him.
I just feel he's more affluent upper class people.
-- And when you think you're gonna decide.
The day before election -- Brian -- is hoping for a third option is about the third party the main thing that you think would make it different.
And out of the Republicans -- the Democrats.
Fair just and fair.
That are not just about the big money which they get obviously Democrats and Republicans are there about it's all about the money.
Thousands of dollars -- for example a state dinner whatever I mean it's not it's all about the money.
Even for some of Florida's most loyal high turnout voters those over age 65 and this election is complicated.
Quite a few children and they have to survive from and -- -- a difficult situation.
Health care and senior citizens so.
One way or another round I'll have my health care but.
The young ones that are growing up did the ones that have to be.
You know taking care.
A lot of undecided senior voters here told us the very same thing in this economy.
They're more worried about their adult children and they are about themselves well -- Steve thanks Steve Perry again and yet again we find Florida as a critical battleground state thank you Steve.
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