2 Weeks to the Finish Line: Some Iowa Voters still Undecided
Red? Or blue?
"Right now I'm undecided."
Some voters in Iowa, still don't know where they stand.
"So you're undecided right now? Correct."
It's a dog fight between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney for the Hawkeye state.
With only 13 days til the election, the Obama campaign in Pott County is hard at work.
"We are trying to spread the message of the president's successes over the last 4 years and also share what his plan, what his vision is for the future."
With phone calls, door knocks and volunteer recruiting they hope to sway undecideds in their favor.
"You don't know who to believe anymore, there's positive and negative to both sides."
Danny Smith is another undecided, right now a projected 11% of Iowa voters can't decide who to vote for.
At Republican headquarters a visit from the Chairman of the Republican National Committee got voters amped up to hit the streets.
Reince Priebus says the battle for Iowa right now, is a toss up.
"I think it's just like Wisconsin is and just like Ohio is, I mean it's a 50/50 state just like my home state, working hard on the ground convincing voter by voter that we're the better option."
Priebus says early voting has been key in this election and for the next two weeks, they've got to convince the undecideds it's time for a change.
"What would it take for you, to vote? (long sigh) I don't know."
"What's it gonna take, for you to make a decision? To sit down and talk to each one of them individually."