Local PWC Swing State Debate Watchers Give First Round To Romney, And Lehrer The Loss
Virginia’s Prince William County is a swing county in a swing state. A number of local swing voters got together to watch Wednesday night’s presidential debate, with coverage of their thoughts by NPR. Of the four undecided voters — three of whom voted for Barack Obama in 2008 and one voted for Republican John McCain. They gathered in the Occoquan home of Kim Deal and Jim Drakes, and were joined by Connie Moser of Dale City and Al Alborn of Manassas.
The consensus of the group was that Republican Mitt Romney won the debate, putting together a more “focused and sincere” performance, Moser said, adding: “The president seemed to be struggling to make his point.”
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