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Canvassing the Dairy State for Undecided Voters

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Canvassing the Dairy State for Undecided Voters

Canvassing the Dairy State for Undecided Voters

Canvassing the Dairy State for Undecided Voters

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West Allis, Wis., resident Joel Anacleto is undecided about the presidential race. Wilma Consul, NPR hide caption

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Republican volunteer Marilyn Kruchell, making her way door to door to canvass voters in West Allis. Wilma Consul, NPR hide caption

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Wisconsin is one of the key swing states that could decide the November presidential election. In the first of two reports, NPR's Renee Montagne visits the Dairy State, where campaign workers are going door to door in the hunt for votes.

Joel Anacleto, a resident of West Allis, a suburb of Milwaukee, says he's been bombarded by negative political ads but hasn't yet settled on a candidate. "I am paying attention. I don't know... no one's captured me yet," he says.

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