A journey through the minds of undecided voters. They care about the same things as we do - the war in Iraq, health care, jobs - but they-re different from you and me. They just can-t make up their minds. So we decided to find out why. For months - through the Swift Boat ads, the convention speeches, the debates - we tracked a few of these voters, recording their conflicted path to the polls. One guy finally settles on President Bush, only to change his mind minutes later. A military family is split down the middle, except for one undecided son, who isn't even sure what the president does.
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Photo: Dina-Roberts Wakulczyk