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Election Eve Feelings

On the night before the election some people knew who they were voting for, some people were undecided, and some people just knew they weren't going to vot
ALTOONA, BLAIR COUNTY - On the night before the election some people knew who they were voting for, some people were undecided, and some people just knew they weren't going to vote.

Jaimie Loudenslager is undecided hours before casting her ballot she still couldn't decide between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. She said she probably wouldn't decide until inside the voting booth.

She's not the only one torn between the two candidates. Joe Wertman is 21 years old and doesn't see much of a difference between the candidates. That and what he characterizes as mudslinging ads that ignore the issues are enough to keep him for voting for either one.

Others are taking a more hopeful outlook. Dennis Brown just hopes the American people the right person is elected and they do a good job.

Whether they're voting or not most people, including Jaime, know what issues matter to them. Women's rights, health care and economy were the most popular concerns. Even though not everyone's sure who can fix it.
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