Pittsford, N.Y.—It was a debate largely focused on foreign policy, yet it also served as a final chance for presidential candidates to deliver their last campaign messages to voters.
“I felt that Governor Romney had a lot of great visions, but he didn’t really understand how to implement them,” said William Forsyth, an independent voter. “Talking with any of the foreign countries, he talked about what he would do. You can’t do that. You have to talk about what they will do with you.”
Another undecided voter told 13WHAM News she had not been able to make her mind based on the third debate.
Asked who had the stronger debate, Republican William Hale said Mitt Romney won.
“I would lean with him,” Hale said. “I thought he was good.”
All of the seniors who spoke with 13WHAM News said they would have preferred more on the economy and less on foreign policy.
Prior to the debate, 53 percent of those 65 said they would vote for Mitt Romney, while 44 percent favored President Obama, according to a recent Washington Post-ABC News tracking pol
l. Among those 50-64, Obama led by one percentage point in the poll.