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October 14, 2004
Albany --Although dozens of polls show Americans are still undecided in the presidential race, that may not be the case in South Georgia.
Voters we talked to say long before the debates started they had already decided on how they would cast their votes.
"I'm voting for Bush. I think he's done what he needs to do and we need a strong leader," says one voter.
"My mind is already made up to vote for Kerry. I think what Bush is doing in Iraq is wrong. He is killing up all our people and he went to war without a plan," says another voter.
In a CNN/GALLUP poll conducted before Wednesday's debate John Kerry was ahead of President Bush by one percentage.
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