An Undecided Voter, After The Debate On Tuesday's show, undecided voter Ed Scott from Pensacola, Fla. discussed what he'd like to hear in the second presidential debate. We check in with Scott to see whether Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain's comments last night helped him make up his mind.
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An Undecided Voter, After The Debate

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An Undecided Voter, After The Debate

An Undecided Voter, After The Debate

An Undecided Voter, After The Debate

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On Tuesday's show, undecided voter Ed Scott from Pensacola, Fla. discussed what he'd like to hear in the second presidential debate. Wednesday Alex Chadwick checks in with Scott for his reaction to last night's meeting of Barack Obama and John McCain.

Ferreting Out Fibs In The Second Debate

Despite the controlled environment and close scrutiny of Tuesday's presidential debate, Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain still made a handful of false assertions and erroneous statements.

With the help of NPR reporters, Factcheck.org and The Associated Press, we ferreted out the falsehoods and found the facts in the friction.