Both President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney were hoping to speak to one specific audience in their first debate: Undecided voters. There aren't many left, but FOX 9's Tom Lyden watched the debate with a few of them to get their take.
Dan Ball, a web developer who believes both candidates want bigger government, and Dusty Hawkins, an electrician and small business owner who was hoping for something major to help him make up his mind, joined FOX 9 News for the debate. They were given blue and red chips to score the debate.
Neither scored a win for either candidate, and both said they would be spending some time going through the fact checkers before making their choice -- especially regarding Obama's claim that the Romney tax plan includes a $5 trillion cut.
Though the debate didn't make up any minds tonight, both Ball and Hawkins did agree that they'd get rid of the moderator.
There aren't many undecided voters in this election. It's estimated that only 4-6 percent of the electorate have not yet picked a candidate.